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MACON 



BAPTIST 
ASSOCIATION 



North Carolina 



Sixty - Third 
Annual Session 



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Sixty -Third Annual Session 



of the 



MACON 
BAPTIST ASSOCIATION 



September 8th and 9th, 1966 

Night Session Held With 
OAK GROVE BAPTIST CHURCH 
Day Session 
ELLIJAY BAPTIST CHURCH 



The next annual night session of the Association will be held 

with the Watauga and day session with the Well's Grove 

Churches on September 7th and 8th, 1967. 



INDEX 

By-Laws 49 

Constitution • 47 

Directory of The Association 6 

Executive Promotion Committee 8 

Messengers 5 

Officers of Associational Organizations 7 

Other Ordained Ministers 12 

Pastors of the Association 11 

Proceedings 15 

Program 12 

REPORTS 

Annuity Board 33 

Associational Missions 17 

Baptist Foundation 29 

Baptist Hospital 33 

Biblical Recorder 16 

Brotherhood 42 

Children's Homes 30 

Christian Education 37 

Cooperative Program 28 

Credentials Committee 36 

Evangelism 27 

Executive Promotion Committee 22 

Finance Committee 23 

Foreign Missions ..20 

Historical 45 

Homes for the Aging ..32 

Home Missions 19 

Our Beloved pead 43 

Resolutions 45 

Seminary Extension 36 

State Missions 19 

Sunday School 38 

Time, Place & Preacher 35 

Training Union 39 

Treasurer 23 

Truett Camp . . .__. 36 

Vacation BibleTSchool 40 

W.M.U. andG.A 40 

TABLES 

Historical 3 

Statistical begin on page 54 



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Macon Baptist Association 



DIRECTORY OF THE ASSOCIATION 1966-67 

Moderator 

Vice Moderator. . . FredCorbin, R. 5, Franklin, N. C. 28734 

Clerk Mrs. Cecil Frady, R. 4, Franklin, N. C. 28734 

Treasurer. . .Mrs. Stanley Penland, R. 3, Franklin, N. C. 

Historian Mrs. I. T. Peek, Franklin, N. C. 28734 

Chairman of Executive Promotion Committee . . .Moderator 

Standing Committees: 

Nomination Committee - Rev. EarlDendy, Rev. L.C. Pinnia, 
Rev. Andrew Cloer, Glen Cloer, Sam Sanders 

Program and Place Committee - Moderator, Vice Moderator, 
Field- worker, Mrs. EddBrogden, Mrs. John Camp- 
bell 

Finance Committee - Missions Committee 

Missions Committee - Rev. M. I. Brock, Rev. Robert Clark, 
Rev. Judson Duvall, Mr. Johnny Tippett, Mr. Jim 
Williamson, Mr. Eugene Pickens, Field worker 

Calendar of Activities - Moderator, Vice Moderator, Clerk, 
Field-worker, Sunday School Supt. , Training Union 
Director, WMU President, Brotherhood President 

Committee on Ordainationand Credentials - Dr. W. Thomas 
Lane, Rev. EarlDendy, Rev. Cecil Frady, Mr. W. N. 
Dalrymple, Mr. Cliff Cook 

Committee on Evangelism - Rev. J. S. Cunningham, Rev. 
Wesley Hooper, Rev. W. K. Shields 

Trustees— Mr. J. C. Jacobs, Chairman; Mr. Roy Rickman; 
Rev. Gene Southard 

Resolutions Committee - Mrs. Jeter Higdon, Mrs. Wiley 
Gibson, Rev. Wiley Gibson 

Committee on Pastorless Churches r Missions Committee 

Seminary Extension Committee - Rev. Robert Clark, Chair- 
man; Rev. M. I. Brock, Mrs. Hylda Shepherd 

Committee on Denominational Agencies 

Children's Home Mrs. Ruby Young 

Baptist Hospital Mr. Bruce Bryant 

Baptist Homes for the Aging Mr. Swann Elliott 

Biblical Recorder Mrs. Clyde Collins 



Macon Baptist Association 7 

Committee on Denominational Agencies (continued) 

Cooperative Program Mr. Paul Swafford 

Foreign Missions Mrs. Fannie Gibson 

Home Missions Mr. Fred Stiles 

State Missions Mrs. Clifford Dalrymple 

Ministers Retirement Rev. L. C. Pinnix 

Music Committee - Director: Mr. Jay Jennings; Director 
of Instrumental Activities: Mrs. Edd Brogden; Di- 
rector of Publicity and Promotion: Mrs. Roy Rick- 
man; Moderator; Field Worker 

Associational Sunday School Supt. . . Mr. Preaulo Crawford 
Associational Training Union Director. . .Mr. Marshall Fouts 

Associational Music Director Mr. Jay Jennings 

Associational Brotherhood Pres. Mr. Sam Saunders 

Associational WMU President Mrs. J. C. Jacobs 

Respectfully submitted, 
Mr. John Campbell, Chrm. 
Mr. T. M. Rickman 
Mr. Arvel Parker 
Nomination Committee 

OFFICERS OF ASSOCIATIONAL ORGANIZATIONS 

Sunday School: 

Superintendent Mr. Preaulo Crawford 

Associate Supt.. Mr. Howard Plemmens 

Secretary Miss Betty Raby 

Pianist Miss Ginger Shuford 

Choirster Mr. Jay Jennings 

Supt. of Training Rev. Guy Duvall 

Supt. of Evangelism Rev. Cecil Frady 

Supt. of Extension Miss Ester Seay 

Supt. of Vacation Bible School Work Mrs. MackNeely 

Department Leaders: 

Adult Leader Mr. J. C. Jacobs 

Young People T s Leader Rev. Charles Dillenger 

Intermediate Leader Mrs. J. S. Cunningham 

Junior Leader Mr. John Clark 

Primary Leader Mrs. M. I. Brock 

Beginner Leader Mrs. Dewitt Thompson 

Nursery Leader Mrs. Branson Barrett 

Cradle Roll Leader Mrs. Eugene Pickens 

Group Leaders: 

Mr. John Campbell, Mr. Swann Elliott, Mr. Steve Stiles, 
Mr. Gordon Talley, Rev. Bennie Haire, Field Worker - 
Rev. Howard Willis 



8 Macon Baptist Association 

Training Union: 

Director . . . . Marshall Fonts 

Associate Director ....... . . . . Roy Rickman 

Secretary . . Mamie Lee Murray 

Choister . . . . Jay Jennings 

Pastor Advisor Rev. Judson Duvall 

Adult Leader ,.J, B. Lenoir 

Young People f s Leader Mrs. Guy Duvall 

Intermediate Leader . Rev. Harry Garner 

Junior Leader ... . . . Mr. Charles Pickens 

Primary Leader Mrs. Ann Angel 

Beginner Leader Mrs. Paul Holbrooks 

Nursery Leader . , . . . Mrs. Gene Southards 

W.M.U. 

President Mrs. J. C. Jacobs 

Vice President Mrs. E. W. Fisher 

Secretary & Treasurer ........... Mrs. Roy Rickman 

Mission Study Chairman Mrs. L e C. Pinnix 

Community Missions Mrs. Jeter Higdon 

Stewardship Chairman Mrs. Fred Corbin 

Prayer Chairman ........ , Mrs. Clyde Collins 

Enlistment Mrs. Clifford Dalrymple 

Y. W. A. Leader Mrs. Joyce Swafford 

G. A. Leader Mrs. George Raby 

Sunbeam Leader Mrs. Guy Duvall 

Brotherhood: 

President Sam Saunders 

Vice President Gus Baldwin 

Secretary 4 Swan Elliott 

Adult Men Leader Paul Swafford 

Young Men Leader Charles Rickman 

Assoc. Field Worker, Howard Willis, R. 3, Franklin, N. C. 

EXECUTIVE PROMOTION COMMITTEE 

Bethel Hill - 

Black Mountain - 

Briartown - 

Buck Creek - 

Burningtown - Merritt Fouts, Bill Queen, Rt. 3 

Calvary - 

Cartoogechaye - Eugene Southards, Nat Davis, Gene Hus- 
cusson, Rt. 1 

Clear Creek - 

Cowee - Robert L. Clark, Mrs. Eula Holbrook, Mr. Clar- 
ence Mason, Rt. 4 

Cowetta - 



Macon Baptist Association 9 

Ellijay - Charles M. Dellinger, Mrs. Joan Bradley, Rt. 5 

Fairview - 

Flats - 

Franklin - G. L. Wilson, Gus Baldwin, Franklin 

Franklin East - Claude Ashe, Eleanora Cochran, Gilmer 
Breedlove, Franklin 

Franklin West - 

Goldmine - 

Higdonville - Mr. and Mrs. Harry Mosses, Rt. 5 

Highlands - L. C. Pinnix, Glenn Shuler, Louis Potts, High- 
lands 

Holly Springs - Cecil Frady, Grady Corbin 

Horse Cove - 

Iotla - John Campbell, Paul Swafford, Rt. 3 

Liberty - Wesley Hooper, Mrs. Ruby Gibson, Rt. 4 

Longview - Henry Cabe, Craig Dockery, Wiley Gibson, 
Franklin 

Mashburn Branch - 

Mt. Hope - J. B. Lenoir, W. N. Dalrymple, Rt. 1 

Mountain Grove - 

Nantahala No. 2 

Newman's Chapel - Weaver Fox, Mack Reed, Rt. 1, Dillard 

Oak Dale - 

Oak Grove - Howard Willis, John Clark, Rt. 3 

Pine Grove - 

Pleasant Hill - 

Prentiss - 

Ridge Crest - Mrs. Jeter Higdon, Mrs. J. R. Berry, Rt. 4 

Rose Creek - 

Shortoff - 

Sugar Fork - J. S. Cunningham, Carl Brown, Rt. 4 

Tellico - Arlin Smith, T. A. Slagle, Rt. 3 

Tesenta - 

Union Hill - 

Walnut Creek - Ernest Hedden, Steve Hedden. Rt. 5 

Watauga - Bill Shields, Clyde Kinsland, Rt. l 

Wells Grove, Cliff Cook, Lawerence Long, Rt. 2 

West Union - 

White Oak Flats - 

Windy Gap - Theodore Tallent, Perry Swafford, Edward 
Young, Rt. 3 

MESSENGERS TO 1966 SESSION 

Bethel Hill - Walter Morgan, Noel Grant, C. B. Owenby, 

Clifton Douthit 
Black Mountain - Marion Thomas, Bryson Hodgen, Fred 

McConnell 
Briartown - Walter Shields, Carl Cross, Olsen Grant 
Buck Creek - Clarence Icenhower, Floy Icenhower, Kermit 

Rogers 



10 Macon Baptist Association 

Burningtown - Merritt Fouts, W. R. Edwards, Miss Muriel 

Welch 
Calvary - Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Peek 
Cartoogechaye - 
Clark Creek - Eldon Owens, Mrs. Eldon Owens, Mrs. Frank 

McCall 
Cowee - Mrs. Nancy Leatherman, Mrs. Zena Brogden., Mrs. 

Thelma Morrison, J. M. Rickman 
Coweeta - Grady Stiles, Louise Stiles, Nora Belle Carpenter, 

Mrs. Blanche Bateman 
Ellijay - Walter Young, Ruby Young, Irene Adams 
Fairview - 
Franklin - 

Franklin East - Rev. and Mrs. W. A. Cloer 
Franklin West - Mr. and Mrs. Fred Bryson, Ellis Buchanan 
Goldmine - John Rogers, Ray McCall, John C. Dendy, Ell- 
ison Dendy 
Higdonville - Major Higdon, Victor Teague, Mrs. Fred 

Corbin 
Highlands - Rev. and Mrs. L. C. Pinnix, Mrs. J. L. Hicks 
Holly Springs - Mr. and Mrs, Jim Williamson, Mr. and 

Mrs. Grady Corbin, Mi. and Mrs. Norman Seay 
Horse Cove - Effie Talley, Bert Zachary 
lotla - Mr. and Mrs. Paul Swafford, Mr. and Mrs. Glen 

Campbell, Rev. & Mrs. M. I. Brock 
Liberty -Mr. andMrs. Wiley Shepherd, Mrs. George Guff ey, 

V. B. Mason 
Longview - Mrs. Alma Smith, Mrs. Andy Lowell, Mrs. Ed 

Ramey 
Mashburn Branch - Mrs. Branson Barrett, Mrs. Grover 

Sorrells, Miss Anne Sorrells 
Mt. Hope - Richard Burnette, J. B. Lenoir, Robert Parker, 

Mr. and Mrs. W. N. Dalrymple 
Mountain Grove - Fred Fox, Mrs. Marlene Williams, Mrs. 

Iva Dills 
NantahalaNo. 2 - Dallas Rowland, Willa Mae Jacobs, Fannie 

Evans 
Newman's Chapel - Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Sims, Mr. and Mrs. 

Dave Chastine, Mrs. Addie Norton 
Oak Dale - Ezell Bryant, Harvey Roper, Mrs. Alex Hooper 
Oak Grove - Rev. and Mrs. Howard Willis, Mrs. Mittie 

Bradley, Mrs. Maxine Bradley 
Pine Grove - L. A. Jones 
Pleasant Hill - Mr. and Mrs. Ervin Moffitt, Mr. and Mrs. 

Frank Mason, Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Mason 
Prentiss - Mrs. Stella Shook, Floyd Potts, Mrs. Ella Potts, 

Mrs. Nell Sanders 
Ridgecrest - Mrs. Jeter Higdon, Mrs. Guy Duvall, Patrick 

Wilkinson 
Rose Creek - Mr. and Mrs. Frank Burnette, Mr. and Mrs. 



Macon Baptist Association 11 

i 

Furman Welch, Mr. and Mrs. Beulon McCall 
Shortoff - Wesley Hooper, Mr. & Mrs. Gordon Talley, Mr. 

and Mrs. Harris Elmore 
Sugarfork - Howard Teem, Pauline Thompson, Berniece 

Teem, Fred Stiles 
Tellico - RoseDuvall, Gordon Cook, Maude Smith, Ross Cole 
Tesenta - 
Union Hill - 
Walnut Creek - Mr. and Mrs. Everett Mashburn, Mrs. Cora 

Mashburn 
Watauga - Gene Cassada, Frank Morgan, Oscar Thompson, 

T. D. Brendle 
Wells Grove - Cliff Cook, Dave Angel, Earl Dendy, Mrs. 

Cliff Cook 
West Union - Claude Stamey, Pearley Kirkland, Mrs. Claude 

Stamey 
White Oak Flats - Ralph Solsbee, Clyde Morgan, Thea Bate- 
man 
Windy Gap - Perry Swafford, Alice Smith, Grady Duvall, 

Mr. and Mrs. Paul Smith 

PASTORS OF THE ASSOCIATION 

Bishop, Joe Route 2, Sylva 

Bradley, Ronald 20 Robindale, Asheville 

Brock, M. I Route 3, Franklin 

Burnette, Grade Route 3, Bryson City 

Clark, Robert L Route 4, Franklin 

Cloer, W. A Route 2, Franklin 

Cunningham, J. S Route 4, Franklin 

Day, J. C Route 3, Robinsville 

Dellinger, Charles Route 5, Franklin 

Dendy, Alton Route 1, Highlands 

Dendy, Earl Route 1, Highlands 

Duvall, Guy Route 3, Franklin 

Duvall, Jud Route 3, Franklin 

Frady, Cecil Route 4, Franklin 

Garner, Harry Baird Cove Rd. , Sylva 

Gibson, Wiley Route 3, Franklin 

Graggs, Ottis Mountain City, Georgia 

Hooper, Wesley Franklin 

Lane, Thomas 67 White Oak St. , Franklin 

Ledford, Claude Route 2, Franklin 

Mason, Herschel Topton 

Morgan, Paul Route 4, Franklin 

Norman, Grady 11 Dillard Town Rd. , Sylva 

Owens, Edgar Satulah, Georgia 

Owens, Eldon Satulah, Georgia 

Pinnix, L. C Highlands 

Reed, Mack Satulah, Georgia 



12 Macon Baptist Association 

Roper, Carl Topton 

Shields, Bill Route 1, Franklin 

Slagle, T. A Route 3, Franklin 

Smith, A. J Route 3, Franklin 

Southard, Eugene Watauga St. , Franklin 

Waters, S. J Star Route, Topton 

Webb, Harmon Mt. Rest, S. C. 

Willis, Howard Route 3, Franklin 

Wooten, William Route 5, Franklin 

Younce, Harley Topton 

OTHER ORDAINED MINISTERS 
Members of Churches in the Association 

Anderson, Frank Route 5, Franklin 

Angel, L. E Route 5, Franklin 

Barnes, Harvey Route 2, Franklin 

Cabe, Harold Route 3, Hendersonville 

Cloer, G. A Route 4, Franklin 

Dehart, Wint Route 3, Franklin 

Dendy, F. E Highlands 

Denny, Carl Topton 

Denny, T. D. Bryson City 

Green, Will Highlands 

Haire, Bennie Route 1, Dillard, Georgia 

Hawkins, Gene Route 4, Franklin 

Ledford, Lake Route 2, Franklin 

Mason, Gerald Franklin 

Mason, Lee Franklin 

Medlin, Judd Route 2, Franklin 

Rogers, James Sylva 

Stiles, Dan Franklin 

Tesh, Dan 74 Maple St. , Franklin 

Vinson, J. I Franklin 

Ware, J. H 37 Trimont Trail, Franklin 

Welch, C. C Tuckasegee 

Wilson, Radford Route 2, Candler 

PROGRAM 

Macon Baptist Association, Franklin, N. C. 

Sixty-third Annual Session 
September 8-9, 1966 

THEME: Witnessing Through Christian Educatior 

SCRIPTURE: 2 Tim. 2:15 - Study to shew thyself approved 
unto God, a workman that needeth not to be ashamed rightly 
dividing the Word of Truth. 



Macon Baptist Association 13 

Moderator: Rev. Robert Clark 
Vice Moderator: Mr. Fred Corbin 
Clerk: Mrs. Cecil Frady 

NIGHT SESSION: Oak Grove Baptist Church 

Franklin, N. C. , Route 3 

DAY SESSION: Ellijay Baptist Church 
Franklin, N. C. , Route 5 

THEME: Witnessing Through Christian Education 
"Study to Shew thyself approved unto God" 

Night Session With Oak Grove Baptist Church 

September 8th - 7:00 p. m. 

7:00 Call to order Moderator 

7:05 Hymn 

7:10 - 7:30 

1. Scripture and Prayer Rev. L. C. Pinnix 

2. Words of Welcome Rev. Howard Willis 

3. Recognition of Pastors and Visitors Moderator 

4. Enrollment & Statistics Report. . .Mrs. Cecil Frady 

5. Report of Com. on Order of Business . . . Moderator 

7:30 - 7:45 

1. Report on Baptist Literature 

2. Speaker Biblical Recorder Representative 

7:45 - 8:30 

"Christian Education Witnessing Through Missions" 

1. Associational Missions Rev. Howard Willis 

2. State Missions Mrs. Gene Huscusson 

3. Home Missions Rev. Wiley Gibson 

4. Foreign Missions Mrs. Donald Seagle 

8:30 - 8:55 

Business 

1. Executive Promotion Com. Report Moderator 

2. Treasurer's Report Mrs. Betty Penland 

3. Finance Committee Report Dr. Thomas Lane 

4. Missions Committee Report Rev. M. I. Brock 

5. Com. on Resolutions Report . . . Mrs. Jeter Higdon 

6. Miscellaneous Business 

8:55 - 9:00 

Hymn 

Annual Sermon and Benediction— Dr. W. Thomas Lane 



14 Macon Baptist Association 

Day Session With the Ellijay Baptist Church 
September 9, 1966 

Morning Session 

THEME: "Witnessing Through Christian Education" 
"Study to Shew Thyself Approved Unto God" 

9:00 - 9:15 

Hymn 

Scripture and Prayer Rev. Earl Dendy 

Words of Welcome Rev. Charles Dillenger 

9:15 - 9:45 

Report on Evangelism Rev. Clyde Collins 

Speaker Rev. Clyde Collins 

9:45 - 10:00 

Cooperative Program Rev. Cecil Frady 

Speaker Rev. Tom Green 

10:00 - 10:15 

Baptist Foundation Report Gordon Maddrey 

Speaker Rev. John H. Bowden 

10:15 - 11:00 

Christian Education Witnessing Through Benevolences 

1. Report on Baptist Childrens Home. . Mrs. Ruby Young 
Speaker Rev. Roger Williams 

2. Report on Homes for the Aging Mr. Swann Elliott 

Speaker Mr. William Poole 

3. Report on the Baptist Hospital. . . . .Mr. Bruce Bryant 
Speaker Dr. W. K. McGee 

11:00 - 11:15 

1. Report on Minister's Retirement 

and Annuity , Rev. L. C. Pinnix 

Speaker Rev. Guy S. Cain 

2. Report on Civic Righteousness 

Speaker 

11:25 - 11:55 

Doctrinal Message and Grace 

for the Meal Rev. Cecil Frady 

12:00 - 1:00 

Fellowship and Lunch 

Afternoon Session - September 9, 1966 

THEME: Witnessing Through Christian Education 
"Study to Shew Thyself Approved Unto God" 

1:00 - 1:05 

Hymn 

1:05 - 1:30 

Scripture and Prayer Mr. Tom Rickman 

Christian Education Witnessing Through 
Associational Activities Business 



Macon Baptist Association 15 

1. Report of Nomination Com Mr. John Campbell 

2. Place and Preacher Com Mr. Glen Campbell 

3. Com. on Credentials Report Rev. W. A. Cloer 

Miscellaneous Business 

1:30 - 1:50 

Witnessing Through Education 

1. Fruitland Bible Institute Rev. Alex Booth 

2. Seminary Extension Rev. Howard Willis 

3. Truett Camp Rev. M. I. Brock 

1:50 - 2:00 

1. Music Committee Report Mr. Jack Powell 

2. Christian Education Report. . .Mr. L. Hollingsworth 

3. Sunday School Report Mr. Preaulo Crawford 

4. Training Union Report Mrs. Jack Powell 

5. Vacation Bible School Report .... Mrs. Jack Powell 

6. WMU Report Mrs. J. C. Jacob 

7. Brotherhood Report Mr. Sam Saunders 

2:00 - 2:10 

Scripture and Prayer Rev. S. J. Waters 

Honoring the Deceased Rev. Guy Duvall 

2:10-2:15 

Report of Com. on Resolution . . . Mrs. Jeter Higdon 
2:15 - 2:25 

Historians Report Mrs. I. T. Peek 

Installation of Officers for 1966-1967 

Inspirational Speaker Rev. Horace Smith 

PROCEEDINGS 

of the Sixty-Third Annual Session 

of the 

Macon Baptist Association 

THEME : Witnessing Through Christian Education 

SCRIPTURE: Study to show thyself approved unto God, a 
workman that needeth not to be ashamed rightly dividing the 
word of truth. II Tim. 2:15. 

The Macon Association of Baptist met in its Sixty-Third 
annual session with the Oak Grove Baptist Church on Thurs- 
day evening, September 9, 1966. 

Thursday Evening, September 9 

1. The Association was called to order by the Vice- 
Moderator, Fred Corbin, at 7:00 p.m. Rev. L... C. Pinnix, 
pastor Highlands Baptist Church, led in singing "Lead On Oh 
King Eternal" with Mrs. Edd Brodgen at the piano. Rev. 
L. C. Pinnix read Isaiah 6:1-8 and led in prayer. 

2. The host pastor, Rev. Howard Willis, welcomed the 



16 Macon Baptist Association 

the sixty-third session to Oak Grove Baptist Church. 

3. The moderator extended a welcome to pastors and 
visitors and they were recognized at this time. 

4. The report on enrollment and statistics was submitted 
by Mrs. Cecil Frady. The clerk had received 45 letters re- 
presenting 182 messengers. A roll was called of the chur- 
ches with those elected by their church as messengers stand- 
ing to constitute the governing body of the associational meet- 
ing. 

The clerk moved the adoption of the statistical summary 
be accepted as information, also that messengers present 
and other duly appointed messengers who may arrive later 
constitute the Sixty-Third annual session of Macon Baptist 
Association. Motion passed. Report adopted. 

5. Rev. M. I. Brock moved the adoption of the printed 
program with necessary modifications, and seconded by Rev. 
Cecil Frady. Motion carried. 

6. The printed report by Barbara Roper, on Biblical 
Recorder, moved for adoption by Rev. Howard Willis was 
adopted. Speaking to this report was Mr. C. W. Bazemore, 
Circulation and Promotion, Field Representative of Biblical 
Recorder. 

BIBLICAL RECORDER REPORT 

Many important is sues are facing North Carolina Baptist. 
Churches are making decisions on the Life and Work Curri- 
culum, especially whether to use the Life and Work Sunday 
School lessons or the Uniform Lessons. For a period of at 
least six months, the Recorder will run both lessons as a 
service to our churches. 

In our state, changing conditions are raising serious 
questions about the fate of almost every institution we sup- 
port. In the near future Baptist will have to decide our future 
course in higher education and in our Social Service insti- 
tutions, especially in view of increased government partici- 
pation in these areas. The Recorder will present the issues 
and possible choices to us. 

In the Southern Baptist Convention, there is talk of a 
name change. The work of our Baptist Colleges is being 
studied as never before. A great Crusade of the Americas 
is in the planning stages. All of us need to know about these 
developments. 

In addition to issues within our own denomination, new 
and distrubing clouds are on the horizon elsewhere. Talk of 
New Morality, the so-called Death of God Movement, and 
the drastic changes in the young people T s attitude toward the 
church are being widely discussed. Christians need to be 
informed on these trends. 



Macon Baptist Association 17 

A drive is taking shape in North Carolina for the liquor- 
by-the-drink. The 1967 General Assembly will consider such 
proposals and Baptists need a dependable source of informa- 
tion so they can act when necessary. The RECORDER will 
give on-the-spot coverage. 

Instead of merely receiving this report as a report, please 
take definite action to see that the Recorder soon goes to 
every family in your church membership. All of us know 
that the Recorder is just as important as other literature 
which our churches distribute, if not more so. No other pub- 
lication can take the place of the Biblical Recorder. 

In these inflationary times, it is refreshing to have some- 
thing that is not out of reach financially. Under the Church 
Budget Plan, the Recorder is available for $2.00 a year — the 
same price it was more than 100 years ago. Your church 
will be a stronger church with every family receiving our 
state paper each week. Don f t delay. This is an important 
decision to make, especially in view of the issues facing 
North Carolina Baptist in the coming year. 

If you are not receiving the Recorder, then subscribe 
now as a Club, Family Plan or individually. 

Respectfully submitted, 
Barbara Roper 

7. Rev. Howard Willis, Associational Field Worker pre- 
sented the report on Associational Missions, and read Acts 
5:29. Report adopted. 

REPORT ON ASSOCIATIONAL MISSIONS 

The mission of the church, in the market place is to pro- 
claim Jesus Christ, not as an antedote to communism or to 
racial problems, but it r s a glad song of redeemed and vic- 
torious man. The association is a part and partial of all of 
this. There is the importance of organizations. We must 
organize to accomplish. 

We as Christians, and a part of the fellowship of Jesus 
Christ, stand together to witness and to practice our Chris- 
tianity in the busy place that is in the world. Churches, like 
the individuals, struggle between the human urge to satisfy 
the world's demands and to be loved by the world, or to ful- 
fill the higher purpose of loving a hating world and therefore 
by fulfilling God's purpose for the world's redemption. A 
church as a part of the body of Christ upon this earth must 
ever find itself given to the fulfillment of God's purpose for 
it. It finds itself at enmity with the world's concept of what 
it should do and be. 

The worldly concept of preservation is always thrust upon 
a church. Every day it makes its decision as to whether it 



18 Macon Baptist Association 



will build walls about itself to protect and preserve itself 
from the cries of need all about it or whether it will loose 
itself in meeting human needs. And everyday each of us do 
the same thing. As an Association makes its decision as to 
where it will help the churches build walls around themselves, 
to protect and preserve it from the cries of needs all about 
it, or whether we will help it loose itself in meeting needs. 

A church which elects to preserve itself by isolation be- 
gins its process of death. A church which expends itself in 
giving itself away is preserved for service and enlarged in 
the lives of those to whom it has given its love. A true church 
is an outpost of the Kingdom of God, placed in a particular 
spot in the world to bear witness to the Lordship of Jesus T 
church. A church is a mission, living by the foolishness of 
God in a world that sometimes hates it, sometimes is in- 
different and sometimes seeks to take it captive. Any church 
that does not recognize the basic purpose for its existence 
is in jeopardy of its life. The predicament of the church in 
America is precisely that it does not recognize that it is in 
a missionary situation. Missions are only seen as a special 
project of the church to which men and women are sent over- 
seas to preach in distant lands. Even the local mission the 
church is a home mission enterprise, is a home missionary 
venture somewhere off in forgotten territory or in the world 
of the cities. 

We have forgotten that missions is a task of the church 
wherever it finds itself. We have a struggle of convincing 
our people that the work of our Association is Missions. 
There is no greater mission field. There is no more perti- 
nent vital mission field than our own here. The context for 
missions which you build in field which is your Association 
in that same context which extends around the world. The 
Spirit of participating which can convey to the layman and the 
churches of your Association is that same spirit which will 
build a world mission enterprise. That would truly express 
our part of concern for Jesus Christ and His concern. Don f t 
you see, you 1 re a mission field. But more than this, you 
are a mission agency. You're just as much a missionagency 
as the State Mission Department, or the Home Mission Board 
or the Foreign Mission Board. What's our purpose? What 
can our organization better do ? We cannot be missionary in 
our concern where we are we will die. An Association can- 
not be missionary in its concern where it is, it will surely 
die. This is the program of Associational Missions, to help 
the churches to live where they are, and I use that word to 
its complete depth, to live where they are. If a church is to 
live and send missionaries to the world, it must practice 
missions at home. 

Respectfully submitted, 
Howard Willis 



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8. State Missions report moved for adoption by Rev. 
Howard Willis. Report adopted. There was no one to speak 
to this report. 

STATE MISSIONS REPORT 

"Come over and help us" is the plea thousands of lost and 
needy people make every year to State Missions. You and 
your leaders can insure success in answering these calls by 
achieving your part of the $200, 000 goal for State Missions 
in 1966. This year all over $160, 000 will go toward build- 
ing a place of worship at the North Carolina Baptist Assem- 
bly. Our young people need a house of worship at Caswell, 
and this Special State Missions, offering will help provide 
such a place. 

Praying, preaching, teaching, and giving the people an 
opportunity to be missionaries here in North Carolina is a 
golden opportunity before all of us: 

To this end, will you— 

1. Pray for mission causes in North Carolina 

2. Preach a State Missions sermon 

3. Set a date with your Sunday School to plan to make a 
contribution. 

4. Lead in setting a worthy goal, even to all classes. 

5. Encourage every one in church to do their best on 
State Missions Day. 

By your contributions you are witnessing in North Caro- 
lina. 

Respectfully submitted, 
Howard Willis 

9. Home Missions Report prepared by Rev. Wiley Gib- 
son. The printed report was adopted. 

"OUR LAND FOR CHRIST" 
HOME MISSION REPORT 

The workers of the Home Mission Boardaccept the Bible 
as the inspired Word of God, Jesus Christ as their Saviour 
and Lord, the Great Commission as their marching orders, 
and the Holy Spirit as their guide and companion, and they 
rededicate themselves to this great mission task as they face 
the challenge presented by these needs. 

The Home Mission Board would like to call on Baptist 
throughout the Convention to recognize the size and urgency 
of our home mission taks, and to pledge anew their prayers 
and support in meeting the challenge of this crusade in home 
missions. 

The Home Mission Board has a missionary program for 



20 Macon Baptist Association 

2, 000, 000 migrant laborers. There are almost 8, 000, 000 
Spanish- speaking people served by this Board, and only one 
in 150 is a Baptist. There are about 250,000 deaf people, 
and the Home Missions Board now has thirty workers to serve 
among these people. Our missionary pastors and kindergar- 
ten workers serving Spanish- speaking people reported 8, 215 
conversions last year. There are 800, 000 French in Sou- 
thern Louisiana and Texas, of whom only 8, 000, or one out 
of every 100 are Baptist. The Board Ministers to more than 
40 nationalities in the homeland, and twice our present mis- 
sionary force is needed to reach these people with the ever- 
lasting Gospel. 

Five million is needed to build missions, churches and 
chapels for the congregations belonging to these language 
groups. 

We have 165 missionaries serving among the Indians, and 
yet there are a great number that are unreached with the gos- 
pel. 

The missionary force of the Board, now numbers above 
2,400 exclusive of summer workers. The missionaries of 
the Home Mission Board preached more than 172, 000 ser- 
mons and reported 50, 868 conversions in 1964. 

The Board co-operated in 135 Schools of Missions, 
reached 2,344 Baptist churches and 855, 594 people with the 
message of missions in 1964. The Board distributes annually 
nearly 350, 000 copies of study books, edited and published 
under the direction of the Editorial Service. Then there is 
a program of evangelism, and almost everyone of the 1, 100 
associations have a chairman of Evangelism working with 
the Division of Evangelism, This is of great importance in 
telling the Story of Jesus, not only in the individual associ- 
ation, but around the world. 

Will you help us win the world to Christ through Missions ? 

Respectfully submitted, 
Rev. Wiley Gibson 

10. Attention was called to the Foreign Missions report, 
made by Mrs. Don Seagle, who was not present. In her ab- 
sence the report was moved for adoption by Mr. Jim William- 
son. Report adopted. 

FOREIGN MISSION REPORT 

At the close of 1965 the Southern Baptist Foreign Board 
had a staff of 2070 missionaries. A new demension in mis- 
sionary service was initiated in the summer of 1965 with the 
Missionary Journeyman Program. These single college 
graduates under 27 years of age went to seven countries for 
two year terms in special assignments. Even with these 



Macon Baptist Association 21 



additional appointments less than 25% of the need was met. 

Southern Baptist Missionaries were under appointment 
to 61 countries or political entities at the close of 1965. 
Work with English speaking people was begun in Austria and 
Libya and missionaries were appointed for English work in 
Turkey. A couple now in language school expects to go to 
Ivory Coast in 1966. 

In leading of people to new life in Jesus Christ is the ul- 
timate purpose underlying all our missionary endeavours. 
The cultivation of New Testament Churches is the wisest in- 
vestment of missionary resources. At the years end there 
were 4410 churches, 7131 mission points and 3816 national 
pastors related to our Southern Baptist work. These re- 
ported48, 080baptisms, 492,148 churchmembers and 571,590 
enrolled in Sunday School. Nationwide crusades were held 
in three countries, area campaigns in six areas. Notable 
strides were made by radio and TV around the world. In 
more than 20 nations, regularly scheduled programs were 
heard by thousands. 

The 1,095 missions related schools in 41 countries had 
an enrollment of 184, 810 students and a staff of 5,703 na- 
tional and 382 teachers. Medical mission institutions include 
20 hospitals, 52 Clinics, with a total of 1, 379 beds. In 1965 
there were 106 National and 63 missionary physicians serv- 
ing with 288 National and 56 missionary nurses. They treated 
504, 968 patients. 

Literature in the language of the people has become im- 
portant for evangelism leadership and Christian leadership. 
Our 21 publication centers overseas and at El Paso, Texas, 
produced over 18 million pieces, tracts, books, Bibles, hymn 
books, etc. Staffing these centers were 58 missionaries and 
443 Nationals. 

Total contributions of Southern Baptist for Foreign Mis- 
sions amounted to $24, 983, 924. 53. Still, needs continue to 
be far beyond financial resources. 

May God richly bless as we lay our hands to the task be- 
fore us in joy, and confidence and high sense of expectation. 

Respectfully submitted, 
Mrs. Donald Seagle 

11. Rev. L. C. Pinnix led in singing "Beneath the Cross 
of Jesus. " 

12. The Vice-Moderator appointed Nominating Commit- 
tee to serve coming year as follows: Rev. Earl Dendy, 
Chairman; Rev. L. C. Pinnix, Rev. Andrew Cloer, Glen 
Cloer, Sam Sanders. 

Order Business 

13. Attention was called to the report of the Executive 
Committee by Vice-Moderator, the report was made by Rev. 



22 Macon Baptist Association 

Robert L. Clark, Moderator who was not present. In his 
absence the report was moved for adoption bv Rev. Howard 
Willis. Report adopted. 

EXECUTIVE PROMOTION COMMITTEE REPORT 

The Executive Promotion Committee of the Macon Bap- 
tist Association met in three regular meetings and one spe- 
cial called meeting during the year. 

July 15, 1965: The County -wide Leadership Revival was 
set for Sept. 29-31. Mr. Fred Corbin was elected as Vice 
Moderator. 

A breakdown of a school of missions was given by the 
missionary and it was voted to enter a school pairing with 
Haywood Association. 

January 6, 196b: It was approved in this meeting that 
Liberty Press print the minutes for 1966 at the price of $1. 00 
each be charged. Mary Powell and Howard Willis was to se- 
cure the summer Vacation Bible school worker for the com- 
ing year. 

It was approved that the Executive Promotion Committee 
meet on Thursday mght after the first Sunday in each quar- 
ter. 

Mrs. E. W. Fisher was elected to serve as Director of 
the school of missions for the association. 

April 4, 1966: Rev. Howard Willis read the letter of re- 
signation of the associational treasurer, Mrs. Arvil Parker. 
The resignation was accepted. Mr. John Clark, association 
Sunday School superintendent resigned, his resignation was 
accepted. 

The Moderator appointed Paul Swafford, Howard Willis 
and Clyde Collins to replace these who have resigned. 

April 15, 1966: A special called meeting: Mr. Paul 
Swafford, chairman of the committee to replace the treasurer 
and Sunday School Superintendent brought the following re- 
commendation: Mrs. Betty Penland, serve as treasurer, 
and Mr. Preaulo Crawford serve as Sunday School Superin- 
tendent. These were accepted as presented. 

This past year has been a good year in our Association 
and we shall look forward to 1966-67 to a much better work 
for the Lord in a community in which He has placed each of 
us. 

Respectfully submitted, 
Robert L. Clark 

14. Attention was called to the treasurers report. Re- 
port was adopted. 



Macon Baptist Association 



23 



TREASURER'S REPORT 
July 1, 1965 - June 30, 1966 





Assoc. 






Min- 




Contributions 


Missions 


VBS 


utes 


Total 


Bethlehem (colored) 




10. 


00 




10.00 


Bethel 








5.60 


5.60 


Briartown 








5.00 


5.00 


Buck Creek 








6.00 


6.00 


Burningtown 


60.00 






5.00 


65.00 


Calvary 


20.00 






5.00 


25.00 


Cartoogechaye 


225.00 






10.00 


235.00 


Clear Creek 




23. 


01 


10.00 


33.01 


Cowee 


216.00 






24.00 


240. 00 


C owe eta 




10. 


00 


1.60 


11.60 


Ellijay 


40.00 






6.00 


46.00 


Franklin: First 


1125.00 






20.00 


1145.00 


Franklin: East 








6.00 


6.00 


Franklin: West 


81.15 






7.00 


88.15 


Gold Mine 


60.00 






10.00 


70.00 


Higdonville 


50.00 






10.00 


60.00 


Highlands First 


108.00 






6.00 


114.00 


Holly Springs 


57.00 






16.00 


73.00 


Iotla 


220. 00 






10.00 


230. 00 


Little Rock 


2.00 








2.00 


Liberty 


24.00 






5.00 


29.00 


Longview 


132.00 






10.00 


142.00 


Mashburn Branch 


14.28 






12.00 


26.28 


Mount Hope 


200. 00 






12.00 


212.00 


Mountain Grove 


11.00 






4.00 


15.00 


Newman's Chapel 








20.00 


20.00 


Oak Dale 


3.41 


10. 


00 


2.00 


15.41 


Oak Grove 


60.00 






5.00 


65.00 


Pine Grove 


48.00 


20. 


00 


5.00 


73.00 


Prentiss 


36.00 






8.50 


44.50 


Ridge Crest 


72.00 






20.00 


92.00 


Rose Creek 


16.00 






4.00 


20.00 


Short Off 


80.76 






6.00 


86.76 


Sugar Fork 


59.00 






10.00 


69.00 


Tellico 


10.22 






4.00 


14.22 


Walnut Creek 


10.00 


10. 


00 


8.00 


28.00 


Watauga 








16.00 


16.00 


Wells Grove 


120. 00 


15. 


50 


12.00 


147. 50 


West Union 




10. 


00 


3.00 


13.00 


Windy Gap 








5.00 


5.00 


White Oak Flats 








7.00 


7.00 


N.C. Baptist Conv. 


1500.00 








1500.00 


Rev. Howard Willis 


290. 00 








290. 00 



24 Macon Baptist Association 



VBS 





Assoc. 


Contributions (cont) 


Missions 


Rev. Turner Ramey 




Assoc. "M" Night 


43.71 


Phone Calls 


4.12 


Liberty Press, Refund 




on Minutes 


9.60 


Assoc. Youth Night 


2.83 


Assoc. VBS Clinic 


3.85 



Min- 






utes 


Total 


1.00 


1. 


00 




43. 


71 




4. 


12 




9. 


60 




2. 


83 




3. 


85 



5014.93 108.51 342.70 5466.14 

Total Receipts for Year 5466. 14 

DISBURSEMENTS 

Field Worker's Salary 3501. 00 

Treasurer's Salary 60. 00 

Clerk's Salary 60. 00 

Field Worker's Social Security 120. 00 

Field Worker's Expense to NC Baptist Convention 18. 10 

Field Worker's Expense to Southern Baptist Conv. 50. 00 

Field Worker's Expense to Evangelistic Conference 18. 77 

Office Rent 180. 00 

Office Phone 206. 82 

Office Supplies 82. 66 

Postage, Mailing Permit 105.91 

Post Office Box Rent 4. 80 

Vacation Bible School Worker 108. 51 
Training Union Expenses 
Dr. Julian Hopkins- rf M fT Night speaker - $25.00 

Youth Night Expense 4.67 29. 67 
Associational VBS Expense 

Literature 2. 58 

Addressograph Machine 117. 94 

Typewriter 218.81 

Associational Annual Speaker: Rev. JohnBowden 10.00 

Printing of 1965 Minutes -Liberty Press 300. 00 

TOTAL DISBURSEMENTS FOR YEAR 5195. 57 

Savings Account for School of Missions 1967 
Macon County Building & Loan - $320. 00 

TOTAL DISBURSEMENTS, INCLUDING 

SAVINGS ACCOUNT 5515. 57 

BALANCE ON HAND 538. 45 

Respectfully submitted, 

Mrs. Betty Jane Penland 
Associational Treasurer 



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15. The Finance report was moved for adoption by Rev. 
Howard Willis, in absence of the Finance Committee. Rev. 
Willis called attention to four churches now supporting as- 
sociational missions who had not been supporting. Report 
adopted. 

FINANCE COMMITTEE REPORT 

Members of the Finance Committee of the Macon Baptist 
Association are happy to share with you a report of the pro- 
gress made during the past year, both in number of churches 
participating and the amount of gifts. 

Four new churches joined in supporting Associational 
Missions: Calvary, Mashburn Branch, Mountain Grove and 
Tellico. 

Associational Missions gifts were increased by thirteen 
churches in the association: Burningtown, Cartoogechaye, 
Cowee, Ellijay, West Franklin, Franklin First, Higdonville, 
Highlands First, Holly Springs, Iotla, Rose Creek, Sugar 
Fork and Wells Grove. 

A total of twenty-nine churches in the Association sup- 
ported the Mission program during the past year. 

Total receipts for Associational Missions were increased 
from $3, 822. 06 to $5, 014. 93. 

Changes recommended in the budget for the coming year 
are: Salary and Travel expense for the Field-worker in- 
creased from $3, 000 salary and $500 travel to $3, 200 plus 
$500 travel expense. An increase In the Field Worker's 
Social Security was made from $120 to $140 or half of the 
actual amount due on the salary. The budget for the office 
phone was raised from $200 to $225. Office supplies and 
postage amount was increased from $200 to $225. Funds 
proposed for W.M.U. work were increased to $75. 

We recommend that our North Carolina Baptist State 
Convention again supplement our association budget with 
the amount of $1, 500. 

These increases in the budget will require an increase 
of gifts from the churches of our association. We fell that 
our people will support this program so that we may move 
forward in an even greater way for our Lord during the com- 
ing year. 

Respectfully submitted, 
Dr. Thomas Lane 
Roy Rickman 
Betty Jane Penland 
Finance Committee 

16. It was moved by Rev. Clyde Collins to accept the 
proposed budget for the coming year. Motion carried. 



26 Macon Baptist Association 

SUGGESTED BUDGET FOR MACON BAPTIST ASSOCIATION 

1966-1967 

SALARIES 

Field Worker's Salary 3, 200. 00 

Treasurer's Salary 60. 00 

Clerk's Salary 60.00 

Total Salaries 3, 320. 00 

GENERAL EXPENSE 

Field Worker, Travel Expense 500. 00 

Field Worker, Convention Expenses 250. 00 

Field Worker, Social Security 

(half amount due on salary) 140. 00 

Office Rent 180. 00 

Office Phone 225. 00 

Printing of Minutes, (Extras) 60. 00 

Office Supplies and Postage . . . 225.00 

Total General Expenses 1, 580. 00 

PROMOTIONAL EXPENSES 

Sunday School 25. 00 

Training Union 25. 00 

Brotherhood and R. A 25. 00 

W.M.U 75.00 

Vacation Bible School , 25. 0C 

Music Department 25. 00 

Evangelism Committee 25. 00 

Missions Committee _ 25. 00 

Total Promotional Expenses 250. 00 

GRAND TOTAL 5, 150. 00 

Less Convention Supplement 1, 500. 00 

To be raised by Churches 3, 650. 00 

Respectfully submitted, 
Dr. Thomas Lane 
Roy Rickman 
Betty Jane Penland 
Finance Committee 

17. Rev. L. G. Pinnix led in singing "Leaning on the 
Ever Lasting Arms. " 

18. Inabsenceof Mrs. Jeter Higdon, Chairman of Reso- 
lutions Committee, Mr. Paul Swafford gave the response to 
the address of welcome centered around the words "Thank 
you." 



Macon Baptist Association 27 

19. Rev. L. C. Pinnix led in singing "Blessed Assur- 
ance. " 

20. Time having come for the Annual Sermon, the 
moderator recognized Rev. Clyde Collins, pastor of Mount 
Hope Baptist Church, in absence of Rev. Thomas Lane. Rev. 
Clyde Collins read for his scripture passage, II Timothy 
2:1-5, and using as his subject "The Charge." Rev. M. I. 
Brock led in prayer. Rev. Collins message was presented 
further under the following points: (1) rebuke, (2) Study, 
(3) Exhort, (4) Power. 

Rev. Cecil Frady closed with a prayer to adjourn the 
evening session. Adjournment was at 9:30 



Friday Morning, September 9 
Ellijay Baptist Church 



Proceedings: 



21. Mrs. L. C. Pinnix played on the piano "Have Thine 
Own Way" while the body of the Macon Association gathered 
for the second session. 

22. Ellijay Church was host for this session. Vice- 
Moderator, Fred Corbin, called the meeting to order at 
9:00 a.m. Rev. L. C. Pinnix, led in singing "Stand Up, Stand 
Up for Jesus." Mrs. Pinnix was at the piano. Rev. Earl 
Dendy, pastor of Weirs Grove Baptist Church, read as a 
scripture passage, Hebrews 12:1-3 and led in prayer. 

23. Rev. Charles Dellinger, host pastor, welcomed 
this session of the Association to the Ellijay Church. 

24. Rev. Clyde Collins, was recognized to present the 
report on Evangelism, who also spoke to the report. Re- 
port adopted. 

EVANGELISM REPORT 1966 

Your committee on Evangelism have prayed and talked 
about an associational wide revival in 1967. In our Pastors 
Conference and the Executive Committee meetings they have 
approved a tent or a location with all our Baptist Churches 
working together in unity for one purpose, to win the lost to 
Christ. The following report came from the Department of 
Evangelism. 

This seems to be the age of rebellion. People every- 
where are rebelling against constituted authority. Rioting 
mobs cover the streets at night in our large cities, firing 
guns at random and throwing fire bombs with precision. Law- 
lessness seems to be the order of the day. Man is bewildered 
and doped with despair. He searches for the answer but it 
seems to elude him. 

Do we have the answer ? We can positively say we do 



28 Macon Baptist Association 

have the answer. God's answer is in New Testament chur- 
ches, preaching the Gospel of Jesus Christ, preaching both 
by precept and by example. We must become living epistles, 
demonstrating Christ's love and power through the working 
of the Holy Spirit. 

God's answer to the critics and persecutors of the Church 
has been the hot and holy fires of revival. From Pentecost 
to the last real revival in the local church, God's answer 
has been conclusive and complete. 

Southern Baptist's attention is directed to the Crusade of 
the Americas in 1969. Twenty-one countries are cooperat- 
ing in the crusade. We must get ready. Our God is a God 
of planning and purpose. Now is the time to get every church 
committed to the Crusade date for 1969. 

We shall continue with our calendar of evangelism month 
by month, including our annual simultaneous, individual 
church, and area revivals. 

Respectfully submitted, 
Clyde Collins 

25. Attention was called to the Cooperative Program 
Report by Rev. Cecil Frady. Mr. Tom Green, of the Co- 
operative Program Advance, was recognized to speak to the 
report, read as a scripture passage Acts 1:1-8. He re- 
quested the churches to pray for the Cooperative Program 
one service in October. Cecil Frady moved the adoption of 
the report. Report adopted. 

COOPERATIVE PROGRAM REPORT 

A pressing need of each church in our association is an 
undergirding of the Cooperative Program with prayer. In- 
formation on the world wide missionary work carried on 
through the Cooperative Program will forma basis by which 
your church can pray with knowledge and zeal. 

The Cooperative Program must be nurtured in prayer be- 
cause information alone is not enough. It is hoped that every 
church will have a special prayer for some mission cause 
supported through the Cooperative Program in the Prayer 
Service each week during the month of October. 

We are witnessing the greatest missionary advance in 
Southern Baptist history in missionaries being sent, benevo- 
lent work being done and training of young people for world 
wide service. This advance is being made through our mis- 
sionaries, orphanages, schools, homes for the aging, and 
our Baptist hospitals. Through the Cooperative Program 
you literally feed the hungry, clothe the naked, heal the sick, 
and preach the gospel to the far corners of the earth. 

We are making progress in our concern for those Jesus 



Macon Baptist Association 29 

came to seek and to save. Each year more of our churches 
are increasing their gifts through the Cooperative Program, 
at the same time others are beginning whole hearted parti- 
cipation. 

Several associations in North Carolina have 100% of their 
churches giving through the Life Line of Baptist Work, that 
the Cooperative Program. According to our records Macon 
Baptist Churches have contributed more through the Coopera- 
tive Program this past year than ever before, still a great 
number of our churches did not share in world missions 
through this system. 

With enthusiasm let us be faithful in worshiping with 
tithes and offerings, and our church sharing regularly through 
the Cooperative Program for the benefit of a lost world. 

Recommendations : 

1. That every church plan a stewardship program to 
subscribe and thoroughly promote the church's budget. 

2. That we engage regularly in prayer for the Coopera- 
tive Program causes and give special emphasis to prayer 
for these needs during the October Cooperative Program 
Prayer Emphasis. 

3. That the churches give regularly through the Co- 
operative Program. 

Respectfully submitted, 
Rev. Cecil Frady 

26. Baptist Foundation Report prepared by Gordon Mad- 
drey, Director of Baptist Foundation, was adopted. Rev. 
John Bowden, Pastor Bryson City First Church, was to speak 
to the report and since he hadn't arrived would speak to the 
report later. Moved to adopt printed report. 

BAPTIST FOUNDATION REPORT 

Sometimes in writing an annual report we are tempted to 
make a very large mistake to discover that people really 
read the report. The only mistake in this report may be one 
of over-enthusiasm for the fine way in which Baptists of 
North Carolina a r e beginning to understand and use the 
Foundation. I wish it were possible forme to share with you 
all of the responses we have been privileged to participate in 
during the past year. 

This has been a good year in Baptist Foundation work and 
we are eternally grateful to each one of you for having a part 
in promoting the work of the Foundation. 

We are indeed grateful to the pastors of this state for the 
wonderful cooperation they have accorded the Baptist Founda- 
tion. They have encouraged us greatly by furnishing the 
names of individuals who may be interested in the Foundation; 



30 Macon Baptist Association __ 

they have invited us to their church to speak on various oc- 
casions; they have been most generous with their time in 
discussing with us the problems, programs, and purposes 
of the Foundation whenever we had the opportunity to dis- 
cuss it with them. Many of our lay friends, lawyers, bankers, 
trust officers, and other interested individuals have given of 
their time and have helped us materially in promoting our 
work. 

Assets of the Foundation have increased during the past 
year and at the last accounting, around December, the total 
assets of the Foundation had reached approximately one mil- 
lion dollars including our real estate. Right many of our 
people are setting up memorial funds, trust agreements, 
annuity agreements, and are using other services provided 
by the Baptist Foundation. We believe we are organized in 
such a manner that we can answer most any request an in- 
dividual makes of us, either through the church or as an in- 
dividual, if he will make his wishes known to us. By this I 
mean that we can visit him individually and explain the work 
of the Foundation and how he may participate in it, or we can 
go to any group meeting that would provide an opportunity to 
discuss will making and uses of the Foundation. We covet 
your continued prayers for this work and hope that in the 
future you will make use of the facilities of the North Caro- 
lina Baptist Foundation, Inc. 

Respectfully submitted, 
Gordon Maddrey 

27. Report on Baptist Children Home by Mrs. Ruby 
Young was moved for adoption by Rev. Clyde Collins in ab- 
sence of Mrs. Young. Speaking to this report was Rev. 
Roger Williams, of Mills Home, Thomas ville. 

CHILDREN'S HOMES REPORT 

Under the impact of the life, ministry and teachings of 
Christ and under the leadership of the Holy Spirit, North 
Carolina Baptists, eighty-one years ago launched a Chris- 
tian ministry of child care. This has grown considerably 
and is widely recognized for its qualities of service and pio- 
neering spirit. Sons and daughters of the Children's Home 
are scattered throughout the world. They are actively en- 
gaged in all walks of life and are making a significent con- 
tribution to the uplift of mankind as a result of their early 
Christian t raining made possible by North Carolina Baptist 
and other ] -iends. 

As we continue to build upon foundations already laid, 
special attention is being given certain areas of child care. 
An already strong program of group care is being streng- 



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thened at Mills Home, Kennedy Home and Odum Home. A 
good degree of progress has been realized in working with 
emotionally disturbed children at Greer Home in Chapel Hill. 
The demonstration Child Development Program for preschool 
children, conducted on the Mills Home campus, has had an 
excellent first year of operation. Churches throughout the 
state are studying the program and facilities preparatory to 
providing similar services. Prospects are encouraging for 
a home for children in the Western part of the state more 
adequately to serve the needs of our people who live west of 
the Blue Ridge Mountains. Constant attention is being given 
to more effective ways of meeting the highly specialized needs 
of children coming out of broken and inadequate home situa- 
tions. 

We have a large number of good Christian homes for the 
care of foster children. More are needed in all sections of 
the state. Foster homes serve children of all ages and are 
of particular advantage for some who have special needs. 
Foster home parents may be of varying ages and circum- 
stances in life. Couples with or without children of their 
own who have an abundance of love find this to be a great 
challenging and rewarding opportunity of Christian service. 

Sincere appreciation is expressed to all who have, in any 
way helped to support our child care ministry. We are in- 
deed grateful for increasing income through the Cooperative 
Program. Last year f s Thanksgiving Offering is approach- 
ing three hundred fifteen thousand dollars ($315, 000. 00) and 
is the largest ever. Special gifts and designations such as 
the once a month offering continue to provide a substantial 
part of our income. Through estate planning and the mak- 
ing of Christian wills an increasing number of individuals 
and families are investing in present and future generations 
of boys and girls who are in need of the services of the Bap- 
tist Children's Homes. Roger Williams, former pastor of 
the Mills Home Baptist Church, is devoting full time to work- 
ing with our Baptist people in this area, and he or other 
members of our staff will count it a privilege to assist you 
in exploring this field of Christian stewardship. 

We covenant with you to face the future as we have the 
past: to offer Christian nurture to distressed children in the 
Name of the Lord Jesus Christ. 

Respectfully submitted, 
Ruby Young 

28. Attention was called to the report on Homes for the 
Aging prepared bySwann Elliott. Representing Mr. William 
Poole, was Rev. Roger Williams, speaking to the report. 
Report was adopted. 



32 Macon Baptist Association 

HOMES FOR THE AGING REPORT 

Reflection on the past year of life in our four Baptist 
Homes for the Aging is a reminder once again of the good- 
ness of the Lord to us. We are constantly aware of the 
bountiful way in which He has blessed us, and this has been 
particularly true since our last report to the good people in 
our Baptist Associations. 

During this time we have ministered to 172 deserving 
older men and women. All of these have been blessed by the 
love gifts of North Carolina Baptist, through the Special Day 
offering, received on the third Sunday of February each year 
and through our share of the Cooperative Program. The 
large majority, at least 85%, have benefited directly from 
these gifts and have actually been sustained at the point of 
their financial need. 

The Special Day offering for 1966 is at an all time high 
and looks as if it might be $100, 000 for the first time. This 
is very good, and we are profoundly grateful. We must not 
forget, however, that even though there has been a 5% in- 
crease in the offering from last year, cost have advanced 
7%. 

We are in the midst of miracles, and the past year has 
been one in which we have witnessed unusual blessings from 
the Lord. There has been fewer deaths than previously, 
and the critically ill, in many instances, have been brought 
back to a measure of reasonabiv good health. Nursing care 
has been of the highest quality, and you would rejoice to 
know how far your concern and your gifts go in ministering 
to the needs of the residents, particularly at the point of 
tender loving care in illness. 

Perhaps the outstanding paradox in all of our Homes is 
that the first resident to receive a Medicare card, during 
this first year of the operation of Medicare, is our oldest 
resident, who never takes any medication at all and who does 
not need to see a doctor, or go to the hospital. She is Aunt 
Fannie Drumwright, who celebrated her 105th birthday in 
July. 

It is anticipated that construction will begin on the fifth 
home at Yanceyville during the coming year, and when it is 
completed, we will be able to minister in all of the Homes 
to 200 older men and women and relieve, in measure, the 
terrific pressure of a long waiting list of 170 people. 

This ministry of love, in Christ's name, is dependent 
upon the concern, the love, the prayers, and the increased 
financial support of North Carolina Baptists. We are, there- 
fore, going to count heavily on you and believe that each of 
you will not disappoint the aging people who are looking to 
you for help. 

Respectfully submitted, 
Swann Elliott 



Macon Baptist Association 33 

30. Rev. L. C. Pinnix presented Report on Minister's 
Retirement and Annuity and moved the adoption of this re- 
port. Speaking to this report was Guy S. Cain of the Baptist 
State Convention. Report adopted. 

ANNUITY BOARD REPORT 

Ministers, church employees, and those employed by our 
Baptist Institutions, should be informed of what our Annuity 
Board has to offer. The services are: to the disabled, widow 
protection and retirement income for those holding certifi- 
cates. The Annuity Board recommends that the church pay 
10% of the pastor's salary up to $4, 000. The State Conven- 
tion then pays 5%. 

This is now the third year for the Life Benefit Plan. The 
cost of which is 1% of the salary basis— minimum of which 
is $4, 000 plus parsonage allowances, utilities, car expenses, 
etc. rounded out to the next highest thousand. 

The Health Benefit Plan is in operation. 10, 054 are now 
enrolled in this plan. The next enrollment will be this fall 
with a deadline on November 30th, 1966. Every pastor 
should have some good hospitalization plan; otherwise, he 
may be faced with a large hospital bill and obligated over a 
long period. 

According to our minutes only a small number of the pas- 
tors in Macon Association are enrolled in these plans. (In 
fact only three). Are you, brother pastor, one of the 28, 000 
members in the retirement plan over our Convention? North 
Carolina has 48% of its churches in the Protection Plan. 

For further information about these plans contact Rev. 
Guy S. Cain, 301 Hillsboro Street, Raleigh, N. C. 27603, or 
write directly to the Annuity Board, SBC, 511 North Akard 
Building, Dallas, Texas, 75201. 

Respectfully submitted, 
Rev. L. C. Pinnix 

29. In absence of Bruce Bryant, Rev. Howard Willis pre- 
sented the report on Baptist Hospital and also speaking to 
the report in absence of Dr. W. K. McGee. Howard Willis 
moved the adoption of this report. He reported hundred per- 
cent of churches contributing to Baptist Hospital this year. 
Report adopted. 

BAPTIST HOSPITAL REPORT 

Our Baptist Hospital and Medical School are a center of 
healing for body, mind, and spirit, a center of training of 
medical personnel and Christian workers, and a center of 
scientific research for the advancement of medical care. 



34 Macon Baptist Association 

Without a vast amount of medical research, there would 
be no heart surgery today by which lives are saved in our 
Baptist Hospital almost every week; and the same would be 
true of almost every new method of treating us when we are 
sick. Without schools for the training of doctors, nurses, 
technicians and others, there soon would be no skilled per- 
sons in our hospitals or in our communities to care f o r us 
when illness comes. Without a staff of highly trained and 
experienced specialists and avast amount of expensive spe- 
cialized equipment, our Baptist Hospital could not offer the 
highly skilled medical care which is available to us when 
serious illness strikes and a fine medical center is needed. 
Another very important fact is that the skilled medical care 
of our Hospital is made available to people who need it and 
cannov pay for it. These important services are the work 
of our Medical Center in Winston-Salem. 

The kind of medical care provided by our Hospital is very 
expensive, and the Hospital has no choice but to ask full pay- 
ment of all who can pay. The Hospital has been spending in 
free care for our people more than it receives from the 
Mother's Day Offerings, the Cooperative Program, and all 
welfare agencies combined. This has caused the Hospital to 
run into debt the past two years and the same has been hap- 
pening this year. Of course, the Hospital simply cannot 
continue to operate this way. Medicare is not going to change 
the situation greatly. Our people need to understand this 
and to recognize that we are going to have to provide much 
greater support if the Hospital is to continue to provide free 
service in the same measure for those who cannot pay for it. 

While some of our churches support the Hospital well 
indeed, most of them could do far more than they have been 
doing. We want to bring this to your attention, asking you to 
go back to your church and give this information to your 
people and help them to give serious consideration to the 
Hospital's vital ministry and its urgent need. 

We are very happy to report that for the first time ever, 
our association has contributed 100% to this most worthy 
cause in the amount of $2, 666. 60 to date, as compared with 
$1,982. 10 in 1965. 

This is good, but it could have beenfar better. Will you 
help go beyond this amount in the coming year that many 
may have treatment that cannot afford it? 

Respectfully submitted, 
Bruce Bryant 

31. Rev. John Bowden spoke at this time to the Baptist 
Foundation Report. 

32. Civic Righteousness was omitted because no report 
was received. 



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33. Rev. L. C. Pinnix led in singing M My Jesus I Love 
Thee. " 

34. Bruce Bryant, Associational Representative of Bap- 
tist Hospital was recognized at this time. Correction to his 
report, $2, 703. 60 had been received for Baptist Hospital in- 
stead of $2, 666. 60. 

35. Time having come for the Doctrinal Message, the 
Moderator presented Rev. Cecil Frady, Pastor Holly Springs 
Baptist Church who read as a scripture Matt. 28:19-20, and 
called on Rev. Paul Breedlove, Associational Missionary in 
Tennessee Association to lead in prayer. Rev. Frady's sub- 
ject was "Obligations of a Christian. M His points were: 

Church witness to lost, Win them, Teach them, and give 
them a job to do. His closing prayer was a benediction on 
the service of the morning and a blessing for the noonday 
meal. Adjournment was at 12:00 noon. 

Friday Afternoon, October 18 

36. While the afternoon session was gathering, Mrs. 
L. C. Pinnix played on the piano "Jesus, Keep Me Near The 
Cross." Rev. L. C. Pinnix led in singing "Give of Your 
Best To The Master. " Tom Rickman, read Proverbs 1:1-7 
and led in prayer. 

37. Tom Rickman moved the adoption of the Report of 
Nomination Committee, in absence of John Campbell; see 
directory of the association. The motion to adopt the offi- 
cers was passed by vote of the body. 

38. In absence of Glen Campbell, Rev. Howard Willis 
moved the adoption of the Report of Place and Preacher Com- 
mittee. 

1967 MEETING PLACES - SEPTEMBER 7th - 8th 

Night Session - Watauga Baptist Church 

Day Session - Well's Grove Baptist Church 

Annual Sermon - Night - Rev. W. K. Shields 

Doctrinal Sermon - Rev. Earl Dendy 

Respectfully submitted, 
Charles Pickens 
Glen Campbell 
Robert Parker 

38. Credentials Committee Report by Rev. W. A. Cloer. 
Kettle Rock Baptist Church came under the watch care of the 
association last year and now expresses desire to come into 



36 Macon Baptist Association ___ 

the Association. Rev. W. A. Cloer moved this adoption, the 
vote was unanimous. 

CREDENTIALS COMMITTEE REPORT 

The Kettle Rock Baptist Church having been under the 
watchcare of the Macon Baptist Association, is willing to 
carry out the command of our Lord as best they can, even 
though they are a weak church. 

Therefore they wish to come into the Association in full- 
fellowship. 

The Credentials Committee 
Rev. W. A. Cloer, Chrm. 

33 . Rev. Alex Booth, representing Fruitland Bible Insti- 
tute, read as a scripture Ecc. 10:10, spoke a brief message 
and report on Fruitland Bible Institute. 

34. Report on Seminary Extension Work - Rev. Roy 
Smith. Rev. Howard Willis spoke to this report. Report 
adopted. 

SEMINARY EXTENSION REPORT 

The continued growth of the Seminary Extension work 
here in Region 10 is most gratifying and encouraging. This 
past year 16 centers operated in Region 10, serving Negroes, 
Indians, and white pastors and lay people. The total enroll- 
ment was 329. 

The Franklin Center had an enrollment of 21 and the High- 
lands center, a new work, had an enrollment of 10. We are 
most grateful to the officers who promoted this effort, and 
to Rev. L. C. Pinnix and Dr. Thomas Lane who served as 
teachers. We are also grateful for each person who shared 
in this fellowship of learning. 

Plans for the coming year will be completed shortly. We 
urge every person who has the opportunity to take advantage 
of this wonderful opportunity. 

35. Report onTruett Camp prepared by Rev. Roy Smith. 
Rev. M. I. Brock spoke to this report. He moved the a- 
doption of this report. Report was adopted. 

TRUETT CAMP REPORT 

Truett Baptist Camp is now in its twelth year of opera- 
tion. A very good program of Missionary Education, Wor- 
ship, Bible Study and Recreation is in progress under the 
leadership of Mr. Jack Rogers, camp director. 

Many improvements to the property have been made since 



Macon Baptist Association 37 

last year. Most notable among these is the construction of 
a two- room cottage with bath to house the Camp director 
and camp pastor. A group of young people from the Univer- 
sity Baptist Church, Chapel Hill, and their pastor, Dr. 
Henry Turlington, spent a week at the camp painting the cot- 
tages and the new concession stand, and landscaping the 
grounds. Ninety three shrubs and plants were set out. These 
young people purchased these plants with their money and 
planted them. 

We sincerely appreciate every support you have given the 
camp in the past and encourage you to continue to support 
this effort in the coming days. We yet owe some on the new 
building which was constructed. Let us encourage you to 
take care of this matter in the very near future. The Bap- 
tist State Convention has given $800 toward the cost of con- 
struction, and we here in the Region 10 are expected to take 
care of the balance, about $1, 300. 

It is our sincere prayer that God will use this facility to 
reach the lives of the youth of our area. 

Respectfuny submitted, 
Roy J. Smith 

36. Christian Education report prepared by Ben C. 
Fisher, In absence of L. Hollingsworth, Rev, Robert Mel- 
vin, Chaplain of Mars Hill College, spoke to this report. 
Report adopted. 

CHRISTIAN EDUCATION REPORT 

We are grateful that more churches each year are parti- 
cipating in the observance of Christian Education Day, which 
is always on Father's Day, in June. There are two objec- 
tives in observing Christian Education Day: to afford each 
church an opportunity for the congregation to become bettei 
acquainted with the contribution of our Baptist Colleges to 
the denomination; to provide an opportunity to make an offer- 
ing over and above the regular Cooperative Program giving. 
This offering now amounts to more than $100, 000 and could 
very easily go to $200, 000 with the cooperation of our Bap- 
tist Churches. We urge every church to observe Christian 
Education Day in 1967. 

The Council on Education, at the July meeting on the 
campus of Chowan College, voted unanimously to engage in 
a special study on the Christian vocational worker. 

Concern is being felt throughout the Convention because 
of the general decline in the number of young people choos- 
ing a Christian vocation. Two of the main emphases of this 
study will be: (1) The most effective way that the Baptist 
Colleges, the State Convention, and the local churches can 



38 Macon Baptist Association 

join hands in enlisting more young people for the Christian 
ministry. (2) How more financial assistance can be made 
to these students. 

The Baptist Education Study Task, under the leadership 
of Dr. Rabun L. Brantley, executive secretary of the Edu- 
cation Commission, and Dr. Albert McClellan, program 
director of the Executive Committee of the Southern Baptist 
Convention, will complete its work at the second National 
conference on Southern Baptist Christian higher education, 
to be held in June 1967, Nashville, Tenn. 

Three regional seminars will be conducted again in North 
Carolina in 1967. They will be held in Raleigh area, the 
Winston-Salem area, and the Asheville area, Accreditation, 
its meaning and necessity, will be one of the central themes 
of the seminars this year. 

Seven areas related to Christian higher education are be- 
ing studied; the philosophy of Christian Education, academic 
scope, religious scope, the Christian college teacher, fi- 
nancing Christian higher education, college-denominational 
relationships, academic freedom, and academic responsi- 
bility. 

Enrollment in Fall 
Semester 1965 
Campbell College 27T92 

Chowan College 1, 179 

Gardner-Webb College 1, 191 

Mars Hill College 1, 428 

Wake Forest College 2, 996 

Meredith College 942 

Wingate College 1,486 

Total 11,414 

The Cooperative Program has been called the lifeline for 
the North Carolina Baptist Colleges. The 1966 Cooperative 
Program income for the seven Baptist colleges represent an 
endowment in excess of $35, 000, 000. 

Respectfully submitted, 
Ben C. Fisher 

37. Rev. Howard Willis moved the adoption of the Sunday 
School Report prepared by Preaulo Crawford. Report a- 
dopted. 

SUNDAY SCHOOL REPORT 

The Great Commission of our Lord is just as real today 
as the day that He gave it, and it is our marching orders, 
not only for each individual, but the church in the twentieth 



Macon Baptist Association JS9 

century. We are to "Go and teach all nations, baptizing 
them in the name of the Father, of the Son, and of the Holy 
Ghost, teaching them to observe all things. " 

The Sunday School has been assigned the task, or the 
God given privilege, of teaching the Bible, reaching the un- 
reached, and leading all church members to Worship, Wit- 
ness, Learn, and minister daily. So the church has the op- 
portunity to help in its functions of Worship, Proclamation, 
Education and Ministry. 

Southern Baptist Sunday Schools are seeking to have a 
gain in enrollment of approximately 30% in the next few years. 
The challenge for increased enrollment is great, but the op- 
portunities are also great in every community. 

A good Vacation Bible School in every church will give 
an uplift and boost in Sunday School attendance. The Young 
People in every church need training, and this can come 
about through Vacation Bible Schools. Did your church have 
A School this year ? 

In the year of 1963 our enrollment in Sunday School was 
4,668, and in 1964 it was 4,615, a loss of 53, then in the 
past year 1965, the enrollment was 4, 285 a loss of 320. 

I would insist that we locate the prospects, enlarge the 
organization, provide needed space, enlist and train wor- 
kers, and visit the people, and we will experience a growth 
in our Sunday Schools. 

The Associational Sunday School organization stands 
ready to help the churches in Macon Association in any way 
possible. 

Sincerely yours, 
Preaulo Crawford 

38. Training Union Report was moved for adoption by 
Rev. Jud Duvall in absence of Mrs. Jack Powell. Report 
adopted. 

TRAINING UNION REPORT 

This has been a busy year for Training Union in the Ma- 
con Association. Your associational Training Union director 
and other associational officers visited in a number of chur- 
ches throughout our association this year. 

We had one church represented in the Tournaments with 
six in the Scripture memorization and one in the Adult Scrip- 
ture Reading Tournament. Our association was represented 
in the Regional Tournament by several boys and girls in the 
Scripture memorization tournament, and Mrs. L. C. Pinnix 
in the Adult Scripture reading tournament. 

A matter of concern is the fact that more of our people 
from our association do not take advantage of our summer 
assemblies. 



40 Macon Baptist Association 

May I urge each of you to study and stay up to date with 
the current Training Union materials, especially, The Train- 
ing Union Magazine. This is essential in order to know what 
is going on in Training Union work. 

Also, may I thank each of you for your prayers, assis- 
tance, and support in carrying on the Training" Union work, 
and beg you to support and use your Training Union as a 
means toward a more effective Christian witness through 
the local church. 

Respectfully submitted, 
Mrs. Jack Powell 

39. Vacation Bible School Report was moved for adoption 
by Rev. Clyde Collins. Report adopted. 

VACATION BIBLE SCHOOL REPORT 

Interest in Vacation Bible School work this year was good, 
however a report at this time cannot be complete as reports 
are still coming in. 

A corp of workers, Nursery through Intermediates and 
the Field-worker attended the V. B. S. Clinic at Wingate Col- 
lege in January of this year. Twoassociational Clinics were 
held with good attendance and interest shown at both meet- 
ings. One was a day time clinic and the other anight clinic. 

May I thank you all for the cooperation given me in this 
great work. To me there is no greater field of witnessing 
to boys and girls than the Vacation Bible Schools. 

Respectfully submitted, 
Mrs. Jack Powell 

40. Mrs. J. C. Jacobs was called to present her report 
on W.M.U. In her absence Mrs. L. C. Pinnix moved the 
adoption of this report. Report adopted. 

W.M.U. ANNUAL REPORT 

With gratitude to God for His continued blessings, we 
have tried in Macon Associational Woman's Missionary Union 
to focus our efforts on the present and to plan with wisdom 
for the future. As we look at our work we feel we have fal- 
len short of what God expects of us, therefore we are pray- 
ing for His Guidance in making the women of our churches 
more aware of the mission which lies before us in our own 
Macon County. 

We have thirteen churches with Missionary Societies, 
four with Young Woman's Auxiliaries, nine with Girl Auxi- 
liaries, and eight with Sunbeam Bands. Our enrollment to- 



Macon Baptist Association 41 

tals 533. The executive b o a r d meets quarterly making 
broad plans well in advance. Of the eleven members of the 
board, nine hold leadership cards. Three members have 
had advanced leadership training. Six of these officers at- 
tended the workshop at Fruitland, September 10-11, 1965. 

We had six from our association to attend the State WMU 
Annual Session held in Raleigh, March 15-17, 1966. On 
September 23, 1965, Leadership Conference's were held at 
the First Baptist Church. In September our churches ob- 
served State Missions month with seasons of prayer, pro- 
grams and offerings. The Foreign Mission book on Brazil 
was taught, the week of prayer for foreign missions observed 
and the Lottie Moon Christmas offering was taken in Decem- 
ber. March 6-13, 1966, the season of prayer and special 
offerings were given for Home Missions. The Annual WMU 
meeting was held April 20, 1966, at the Cowee Baptist 
Church. Nine of the thirteen churches with organizations 
were represented with 62 present for the meeting. A bud- 
get was presented and adopted. A most challenging pro- 
gram, "Having the Everlasting Gospel, " was used through- 
out the day with Mrs. Roy Rickman presiding. Miss Miriam 
Robinson, State Executive Secretary was present and spoke 
during the morning session. Miss Jane Holbrooks, Miss 
Karen Houston, G. A. Queen Regents, and Miss Susie Gib- 
son, Queen Regent in Service, served as pages for the meet- 
ing. 

The G. A. T s have been very active. Several of them at- 
tended the G. A. Camp at Truett, and five Intermediates at- 
tended G. A. Camp at Fruitland. Mrs. M. I. Brock, direc- 
tor, presided at the Coronation service held at the Cowee 
Church August 20, 1965. Fifty-seven of our girls lias work- 
ed hard during the past year in the forward step program 
and were recognized at this most impressive service. There 
were 12 Maidens, 14 Ladies-in-waiting, 9 Princesses, 15 
Queens, 1 Queen-in-Service, 3 Queens with Scepter, 2 Queen 
Regents, and 1 Queen Regent-in-Service. Every step of the 
girls Auxiliary Forward Step Program was presented by 
these girls. The G. A. leadership course was taught by Mrs. 
Brock in the fall of 1965. Eleven of the leaders received 
leadership cards. A Girls Auxiliary was organized at Elli- 
jay Baptist Church. 

The Sunbeam Day Camp was planned by Mrs. Furman 
Shook for August 12, 1965, at the Holly Springs Community 
Center. Mrs. Shook taught the leadership course in Novem- 
ber, 1965. Eight leaders received their cards. 

The YWA Council met in November 1965 at the First Bap- 
tist Church. Mrs. Arvel Parker, director, reported that 
all YWA organizations were present. The YWA leaders did 
individual study and renewed their leadership cards. 

All of the Auxiliarys observed the seasons of prayer 



42 Macon Baptist Association 

with study and offerings. 

Surely this report will bring to us a fresh look at the vast 
need of mission work in our own association. Continuous 
praying, giving, and telling will help to make us keenly aware 
of the Great Commission given by our Master to each of us. 

Respectfully submitted, 
Mrs. J. C. Jacobs 

G.A. REPORT 

The G.A. 's have progressed well during the past year, 
with the help of their faithful directors and counselors. 

The activities of the G.A. f s include Coronation service 
camps, memory work, Community missions, together with 
their monthly meetings, and their various studies of mission 
work. 

Our Associational Coronation was held at theCowee Bap- 
tist Church. The theme, "We've A Story to Tell, ,T was vi- 
vidly portrayed by the girls throughout the services. 

We are truly grateful for our girls and for their progress 
made in their forward steps. 

We had: 15 Maidens, 18 Ladies in Waiting, 12 Prin- 
cesses, 14 Queens, 1 Queen in Service, 4 Queens with a 
Septre, 3 Queen Regent, and 1 Queen Regent in Service. 

All G. A. work will help to build better young women for 
the world of tomorrow. It will help them to be better church 
workers, community leaders and take their place in the 
world, "With a Story to Tell" those who need to hear about 
Jesus and His love. 

Our goal for the new year is to enlist every girl that we 
can for our G. A. work and go forward for Christ. 

Respectfully submitted, 
Mrs. George Raby 

41. Sam Saunders, Associational Brotherhood Presi- 
dent, moved the adoption of the printed report. Report 
adopted. 

BROTHERHOOD REPORT 

It is with thanksgiving to our Heavenly Father for His love 
and blessings, and with gratitude to our co-workers that I 
submit this fine report of the Associational Brotherhood. 

The many aims and purposes of the Brotherhood may be 
summed up as follows: 

1. To reach the masses of men in our churches with a 
regular and definite message concerning the work of our 
churches and denomination, and to enlist them in the pro- 
motion of the work of the Master. 



Macon Bapt i st Association 43 

2. To help our churches to be more missionary minded 
through the work of the Brotherhood. 

We are indeed happy to report that one Brotherhood has 
been organized this year. We are thankful to the Father for 
His guidance and appreciate the cooperation of our Field- 
worker and all those who have helped forward such a most 
worthy cause. 

We believe that Brotherhood has a great xiiture in Macon 
Association. We covet your prayers for the new leaders that 
will be working with us for the best interest of Brotherhood 
this coming year 

Respectfully submiUed, 
Sam Saunders 

42. In absence of Rev. S. J. Waters, Rev. A. J. Smith, 
Pastor of Mountain Grove church led a short devotional. He 
read as a scripture II Timothy 4:1-5, and led in prayer. 

43. Our Beloved Dead. Rev, Howard Willis read the 
names of the obituaries report. The congregation bowed 
heads in silent prayer, as Rev. Howard Willis closed the 
prayer in thankfulness for their lives. 

OUR BELOVED DEAD 



Briartown Mrs. Alice Cross 

Mrs. Letha Gavy 

Mr. G. W. Owenby 

Mr. J. R. Shields 

Burningtown ........ Mr. Edd Mason 

Mr. Arthur A. Duvall 

Cartoogechaye Mr. Lax Dills 

Clear Creek Mr. Stinson Neely 

Mrs. Lily Talley 

Cowee Mrs. Mamie L. Carter 

Mrs. Letha Mason 

Mrs. Ida Tallent 

Mrs. Sherman Gregory 

Coweeta Miss Emma Bell 

Ellijay Mrs. Martha Ennis 

Fairview Yona Mashburn 



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Franklin First Mrs. John Cunningham 

Mr. Albert Fuller 

Gold Mine g Mr. Bert Dendy 

Highlands First Mr. Wallace Henry, Jr. 

Holly Springs Mr. Kaye Johnson 

Mrs. Mary Elliott 

Mr. Warren Henderson 

lotla Mr. Norman Woody 

Liberty Mrs. Jessie Guffey 

Mrs. L. D. Leatherman 

Mrs. Bonnie Williams 

Mrs. Martha Morgan 

Long View Mr. Edd Ramey, Deacon 

Prentiss Mr. Jess L. Sanders, Deacon 

Sugar Fork Mrs. Betty Ann Stewman 

Mr. Robert Stewman 

Mr. C. T. Bryson, Deacon 

Mr. Floyd Long 

Tellico Mr. Billie McHan 

Mrs. Florence Rogers 

Mrs. Hattie Duvall Scott 

Mrs. Marcella Loftis 

Walnut Creek Mr. Odell Stiwinter 

Watauga Mr. R. D. Brendle 

White Oak Flats Mr. Early Daves 

Mount Hope Mrs. Lucille Ramey 

Mrs. Etta Seay 

Newman's Chapel Mrs. Jane Vinson 

Oak Dale Mr. Judson Wild 

Oak Grove Mrs. Pearl Hall 

Miss Vernice McGaha 

Mr. Ray Bradley 

Mrs. Maggie Breedlove 

Pine Grove Mr. W. I. Houston 

Pleassnt Hill . Miss Delrna Carpenter 



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44. Mrs. Jeter Higdon read the report of the Resolu- 
tions Committee. Report adopted, 

IN APPRECIATION 

Gratitude, like hope, "springs eternal in the human 
heart, " for life for most of us is but the receiving of joys and 
blessings at the hands of others. So it becomes our privilege 
now to express our gratitude for these sessions of rich fel- 
lowship. To the pastors and members of the hostess chur- 
ches, Oak Grove and Ellijay, we express our deep apprecia- 
tion for your hospitality, the thoughtful preparation, and for 
every kindness extended to us. We thank the Ellijay people 
for the nice dinner we enjoyed on Friday. 

We appreciate the endeavor of those who have sp care- 
fully and prayerfully planned and executed the program. To 
our Associational officers and their committees we are deeply 
indebted for your consecration to the well done tasks of the 
past year. And during our annual gathering we have experi- 
enced the inspiration that comes from meeting together with 
so many of like purpose, filling our souls to over-flowing 
with the message of our associational leaders and guest 
speakers. 

As we leave it will be with thoughtful hearts to each of 
you who have made this session a memorable one. To Rev. 
Clyde Collins and Rev. Cecil Frady for the inspirational 
messages that lifted us to higher aspirations and to every- 
one contributing to the spiritual uplift of our annual meet- 
ing, we are grateful this session will be recorded in our 
hearts as a session of warm fellowship and love and renewed 
faith for the tasks before us. May we go forth and study to 
show ourselves approved unto God. 

Respectfully submitted, 
Mrs. Jeter Higdon 
Mrs. Gene Southard 
Mrs. Gene Cassady 

45. The Historian printed Report by Mrs. I. T. Peek 
was moved for adoption by Rev. M. I. Brock. Report adopted. 

HISTORICAL REPORT 

A world-wide movement was started on the day of Pente- 
cost when the "promise of the Father" came upon the disci- 
ples of Christ and the power of the Holy Spirit filled them. 
They could not remain in the upper chamber, but needs come 
down to the crowded streets where dying men aburst with sin 
and hunger. The churches of Macon County are carrying on 
this great movement. 



46 Macon Baptist Association 

Space will not permit but a very meager report. Many 
of our churches are continuing to make improvements. To 
drive over the county one would think the churches were 
practically all suburban, built well and equipped to preach 
and teach the Gospel of our Lord. I would like to mention a 
few of these churches. Some of them are: 

West Union: Ray Moore, Pastor; Mashburn Branch: Harry 
Garner Pastor; Holly Springs: Cecil Frady, Pastor; Ridge- 
crest: GuyDuvall, pastor; East Franklin: W. A. Cloer, pas- 
tor; Tellico: T. A. Slagle, pastor; Briartown, S. : J. Waters, 
pastor; Cartoogechaye: Gene Southards, pastor; Long View: 
Wiley Gibson, pastor; Sugar Fork: J. S. Cunningham, pas- 
tor; Oak Grove: Howard Willis, pastor; Iotla: M. I. Brock, 
pastor; Mount Hope: Clyde Collins, pastor; Walnut Creek: 
Eldon Owens, pastor; Windy Gap: Edgar Norman, pastor; 
Black Mountain: Claude Ledford, pastor; Highlands: L. C. 
Pinnix, pastor; Liberty: Alton Bendy, pastor; Oak Dale: 
Grady Burnette, pastor; Coweeta: W. A. Cloer, pastor; and 
Ellijay: Charles Dillenger, pastor; and Wells Grove: Earl 
Dendy, pastor. 

Some of the churches have also provided means of en- 
couraging a more worshipful atmosphere. They have also 
participated in the Job Corp ministry. Each Sunday morn- 
ing at 9:00 a.m. the Sunday School Lesson is taught by a 
pastor or a layman. The churches have purchased Bibles 
for the boys. 

We are happy that Mr. Willis has reconsidered his resig- 
nation tendered on July 7, 1966, and has decided to remain 
with us as associational missionary. During the two years 
of his service Macon Association has made tremendous gain 
under his leadership. Many of the churches who have not 
contributed to associational missions are doing so now. We 
pray God's blessings on him and his family as he continues 
to work with us in the service of the Lord. 

Many deacons have been ordained in this associational 
year, which will be reported in another section of these min- 
utes. However, may I mention one concerning Co wee; 
Charles Pickens, and Eugene Pickens had the privilege of 
helping ordain their father and Charles Cabe. 

During this year the First Baptist Church has felt the 
effects of the Forward Program of Christian Stewardship. 
Last fall the church participated in a six-weeks emphasis 
which pointed out the spiritual needs and the Christian rea- 
sons for sharing their money with others. The results oj 
this effort are being felt in this church. The members believe 
this to be a great spiritual reward. For the year of 1965 the 
total receipts were $60, 176. 00, while for the year of 196( 
the projected total offerings will be $65, 833. 18. This is ai 
increase of almost $6, 000. 00. God is opening the eyes anc 
the hearts of the people. 



Macon Baptist Association 47 

In the area of confessions of faith and transmissions of 
letters, the church has had a total increase of twenty-one. 
In the past year there has been forty-five additions to the 
church, while there has been twenty-two lettered out, and 
two deceased. The church has had a total gain of twenty-one. 
We pray that God will continue to deepen the commitment of 
all the people of our Association to Him and the word of Life. 

Respectfully submitted, 
Mrs. I. T. Peek 

46. Installation of officers by M. I. Brock. He called 
on Rev. Clyde Collins, New Moderator of Association, to 
speak a few words and lead in prayer. 

47. The closing Inspirational message was brought by 
Rev. Hoarce Smith, retired minister from Canton, N. C. 
His subject, "The World is not Yet, but Ought to Be. " He 
read as a scripture Mark 16:15-16. 

48. The Macon Baptist Association adjourned its fiiul 
session of the Sixty-Third Annual meeting of the body. 

Benediction by Rev. Clyde Collins. 

Fred Corbin, Vice Moderate : 
Mrs. Cecil Frady, Clerk 

CONSTITUTION 
As Amended from Time to Time 

ARTICLE I - Name 

This Association shall be known as the Macon Baptist As- 
sociation. 

ARTICLE II - Object 

The object of this Association shall be: 

A. To cultivate a friendly union among the churches for 
their mutual benefit. 

B-. To cooperate with the Baptist State Convention and 
Southern Baptist Convention in the promotion of the causes 
of Associational Missions, State Missions, Home Missions, 
Foreign Missions, and such other objects as these conven- 
tions may foster. 

ARTICLE III - Membership 

Section 1 . This Association shall be composed of regu- 
larly constituted Baptist Churches in Macon County who shall 
be represented at its regular or special meetings by duly 
elected messengers. 



48 Macon Baptist Association 

Section 2. This Association shall have the right to de- 
termine what churches shall be admitted to its union, and to 
withdraw fellowship from any, for not complying with its 
rules or with the Articles of its Constitution and By-Laws, 
or for violating orthodox principles as set forth and believed 
by Southern Baptists. 

Section 3. Any church desiring membership in the As- 
sociation will present its request at any regular annual meet- 
ing. The request will be referred to a Credential Committee 
appointed by the Association, which committee, will examine 
the church's articles of faith, covenant, form of organization 
and such other matters as deemed necessary. Upon favor- 
able report of the committee at the next annual meeting of 
the Association, the church may be received into fellowship 
by a two-thirds majority vote of the messengers present. 

Section 4. It shall be a duty of each church to furnish 
the Association each year a letter, on a form provided by the 
clerk, giving full information and statistics provided for on 
the form; and to send with the letter or by a messenger a 
contribution toward the cost of printing the minutes of the As- 
sociation. This letter and accompanying money to cover 
cost of minutes requested shall be in the clerk's hands thirty 
(30) days prior to annual meeting. 

ARTICLE IV - Meetings 

Section 1. The Association shall meet annually on Thurs- 
day evening and Friday following the first Sunday in Septem- 
ber. The associational year shall begin September 1, and 
close on August 31. 

Section 2. The business of the Association shall be trans- 
acted by the pastors of the several churches, and two mes- 
sengers from each church, together with one additional mes- 
senger for every fifty members or fraction thereof above the 
first fifty, with no church having more than fifteen messen- 
gers. 

Section 3. This Associati6n shall be governed in its 
meetings by such rules as may be adopted, amended or set 
aside by a majority vote of the messengers present. "Ro- 
berts" Rules of Order" will be the guide in all parliamen- 
tary matters. 

ARTICLE V - Officers and Committees 

Section 1. The officers of this Association shall be 
Moderator, Vice-Moderator, Clerk, Treasurer, Historian, 
and three trustees. 

Section 2. The standing Committees of this Association 
shall be the Executive Committee, the Missions Committee, 
the Nominating Committee, Credential and Ordination Com- 



Macon Baptist Association 49 

mittee, Evangelism Committee, Program and Place Com- 
mittee, and such other committees as the body may direct. 
The Moderator and Associational Missionary shall be Ex- 
Officio members of all standing Committees. 

ARTICLE VI - Associational Missionary 

Section 1. The Association shall employ an Associational 
Missionary whose duties are described as follows: 

(a) Work with and under the general supervision of the 
Missions Committee of the Association in maintaining and 
directing the Associational Program of Missions. 

(b) Give guidance, counsel, and assistance whenever 
possible, and/or as needed to associational officers, organi- 
zations, and committees. 

(c) Share and distribute information concerning plans 
and activities of the N. C. Baptist Convention and the Sou- 
thern Baptist Convention as they relate to the work and pro- 
gram of the churches. 

(d) Make himself available to each church and pastor, 
as his schedule permits, for any service he might render, 
such as preaching, teaching and counseling. 

(e) Administer or execute any other activities that the 
Association shall direct. 

Section 2. The Associational Missionary shall be called 
for an indefinite term to serve until the relationship is dis- 
solved at the request of either the Missionary or the Asso- 
ciation. In either case, at least sixty days notice shall be 
given of termination of the relationship, unless otherwise 
mutually agreed, with both the Missionary and the Associa- 
tion seeking to follow the will of God and the leading of the 
Holy Spirit. 

Section 3. The missionary shall be provided with such 
sala~ry and expenses as the Missions Committee shall re- 
commend with the approval of the Association. 

ARTICLE VII - Amendments 

This Constitution and By-Laws may be amended at any 
regular annual meeting by a two-thirds majority vote of the 
messengers present, provided the proposed amendment shall 
have been presented in written form on the first day of the 
annual meeting. The vote on any proposed amendment so 
presented may be deferred until the second day if requested 
by a majority vote of the messengers present. 

BY-LAWS 

ARTICLE I - Election of Officers 

All general officers of this Association shall be elected 



50 Macon Baptist Association 



at each annual meeting upon the recommendation of the Nomi- 
nating Committee. The terms of office to begin at the con- 
clusion of the annual meeting and to continue until the close 
of the next annual meeting. Any vacancies occurring in the 
interim shall be filled by the Executive Committee. 

ARTICLE II - Duties of Officers 

Section 1. THE MODERATOR: The Moderator shall pre- 
side over the meetings of the Association and discharge such 
duties as are incumbent on the presiding officers of a deli- 
berative body and shall also serve as chairman of the Execu- 
tive Committee. He shall serve not more than two years 
consecutively. He shall appoint during the first session com- 
mittees to report at the Annual Associational Meeting. These 
committees are: Resolutions and any other committees. 

Section 2. THE VICE -MODERATOR: The Vice-Modera- 
tor shall perform the duties of the Moderator in the absence 
of or at the request of the Moderator. 

Section 3. THE CLERK: The Clerk shall record and 
preserve the proceedings of the Association and have the 
same printed and distributed subject to the approval of the 
Moderator and Treasurer. 

Section 4. THE TREASURER: The Treasurer shall pre- 
serve all monies paid into the body and pay the same upon 
the instruction of the Association, or Missions Committee. 
He shall make a quarterly report to the Executive Committee 
and an annual report to the Association. 

Section 5. THE HISTORIAN: The Historian shall record 
and keep a record of such items as would be of interest to a 
future historian, in a book kept for that purpose. He shall 
keep a file of the Associational minutes. 

Section 6. THE TRUSTEES: The Trustees shall be three 
in number and shall hold title to all properties owned by the 
Association. No conveyance or deed-of -trust shall be exe- 
cuted affecting the title of said property except upon the in- 
structions of the annual meeting of the Association or the 
Executive Committee. The Trustees shall serve terms of 
three years with one-third elected each year. 

ARTICLE III - The Executive Committee 

Section 1. The Executive Committee shall be composed 
of the officers of the Association, the pastors of the chur- 
ches of the Association, and one lay member from each 
church. 

Section 2. The lay members shall be elected by the 
Church and reported to the Association on the Annual Asso- 
ciational Letter. The officers of the Association, heads of 
Associational Organizations and pastors are automatically 
on the committee by virtue of the places of leadership they 
hold in the Association. 



Macon Baptist Association 51 

Section 3. Duties of the Executive Committee: 

(a) To meet quarterly and upon call of the chairman. 

(b) To act for and on behalf of the Association be- 
tween sessions. 

(c) To fill vacancies which may occur during the year 
in the personnel of the Associational Officers or workers for 
the remainder of such unexpired terms. 

(d) To make such recommendations as it may deem 
wise for the strengthening and upbuilding of the churches and 
the work of the Association. 

ARTICLE IV - The Missions Committee 

Section 1, The Missions Committee snail be composed 
of four pastor's and three laymen nominated by the Nomina- 
ting Committee. The pastors shall be elected for a term of 
two years with one-half the number being elected each year. 
The laymen shall be elected for a term of three years with 
one-third of the number being elected each year. The com- 
mittee shall elect its chairman and secretary each year. 

Section 2. Duties of the Missions Committee: To lead 
in our Associational Missions Program through: 

(a) General supervision and guidance of the Asso- 
ciational Mission Program. 

(b) Seeking out an Associational Missionary, mak- 
ing nominations in event of vacancy. 

(c) Planning a Program of Activities with the Asso- 
ciational Missionary. 

(d) The Recommendation of an Associational Budget 
to the Executive Committee meeting just prior to the annual 
meeting of the Association. 

(e) The supervision of the expenditure of the budget. 

(f) The enlistment of the churches in the active fi- 
nancial support of the Associational Mission program. 

ARTICLE V - The Credential and Ordination Committee 

Section 1. The Credential and Ordination Committee 
shall be composed of three pastors and two laymen nomi- 
nated by the Nominating Committee. The first named shall 
be the chairman. 

Section 2. Duties of the Credential and Ordination Com- 
mittee: 

(a) Examine applications churches seeking admis- 
sion into Association. 

(b) Make necessary recommendations to the Asso- 
ciation. 

(c) Encourage all churches to follow the leading of 
the Holy Spirit in ordaining men to the Gospel Ministry. 

(d) Upon the invitation of the church conducting the 



52 Macon Baptist Association 

ordination, represent the Association on the examining coun- 
cil. 

ARTICLE VI - The Nominating Committee 

Section 1. The Nominating Committee shall be composed 
of three pastors and two laymen to be appointed by the Modera- 
tor during the first session of each annual Associational 
Meeting. The first named shall be chairman. 

Section 2. Duties of the Nominating Committea: 

(a) To nominate the general officers of the Associa- 
tion. 

(b) To nominate the Associational Sunday School 
Superintendent. 

(c) To nominate the Associational Training Union 
Director. 

(d) To nominate the Orphanage, Hospital, Biblical 
Recorder, and Baptist Home for the aging representatives. 

(e) To nominate Associational Brotherhood presi- 
dent. 

(f) To nominate Associational Music Director. 

(g) To nominate the standing committees that are to 
function during the year between the sessions of the Associ- 
ation. 

(h) To fill vacancies occuring in any of the standing 
committees during the year. 

Section 3. All other officers are to be recommended by 
the heads of the organizations and departments to the Nomi- 
nating Committee. 

ARTICLE VII - Committee on Evangelism 

Section 1. The Committee on Evangelism shall be com- 
posed of three members nominated by the Nominating Com- 
mittee. The first named shall be the chairman. 

Section 2. Duties of the Committee on Evangelism: 

(a) Study and keep the Association and trend of Bap- 
tism within the Association. 

(b) Plan and promote such meetings as will keep the 
cause of Evangelism before the Association. 

ARTICLE VIE - Program and Place Committee 

Section 1. This committee shall be composed of the 
Moderator, Vice-Moderator, Associational Missionary and 
two laymen. 

Section 2. Duties: 

(a) This committee shall plan the program of the 
annual meeting as to time, place, and preacher and all neces- 
sary events. 



Macon Baptist Association 53 

(b) This program shall be presented to the Execu- 
tive Committee at its last regular meeting before the Asso- 
ciation. 

ARTICLE IX - Reports 

All reports to the Annual Associational Meeting are to 
be in the Associational Missionary's office thirty (30) days 
prior to the Annual Associational Meeting. 



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Newman's Chapel 







Pastor's Annual 
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full year or not) 


655 
2100 

147 
945 
455 


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1275 
1440 
587 
359 
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Grade Burnette, Rt 3, Bryson City 28713 
Howard Willis, Rt 3, Franklin 28734 
Otis Graggs, Mountain City, Ga. 
Otis Graggs, Mountain City, Ga. 
Joe Bishop, Rt 2, Sylva 


Guy Duvall, Rt 3, Franklin 287 34 
Turner Ramey, Highlands 28741 
Wesley Hooper, Franklin 28734 
J. S. Cunningham, Rt 4, Franklin 28734 
T.A.Slagle, Rt 3, Box 171, Franklin 


Services Discontinued 

Rev. Eldon Owens, Satulah, Ga. 

Rev. Bill Shields, Rt 1, Franklin 28734 

Rev. Earl Dendy, Rt 1, Highlands 28741 , 

Rev. Paul Morgan, Rt 4, Franklin 28734 

Rev. Carl Roper, Topton 28781 

Rev. Grady .Norman, 11 Dillard Town Rd. , Syl\a 


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Oak Grove 
Pine Grove 
Pleasant Hill 
Prentiss 


Ridgecrest 
Rose Creek 
Shortoff 
Sugar Fork 
Tellico 


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Union Hill 
Walnut Creek 
Watauga 
Well's Grove 
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White Oak Flats 
Windy Gap 









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School Enrolment 


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Howard Higdon, Rt 3, Franklin 
Eddie Guy, Rt 3, Franklin 28734 
Euell Owens, Rt 4, Franklin 28734 
Mack Stockton, Franklin 287 34 
Jimmy H. Sanders, Rt 2, Franklin 


Charles Pickens, Rt 4, Franklin 
Frank Burnette, Rt 3, Franklin 28734 
Alvin Crowe, Jr. , Highlands 28741 
Willis Teem, Rt 5, Franklin 28734 
Arlin Smith, Rt 3, Franklin 28734 


Services Discontinued 

Did not receive a letter 

Mr. Everett Mashburn, Rt 5, Box 319, Frark 

Mr. Verlin Curtiss, Rt 2, Box 138, Franklin 

Mr. Roger Seay, Rt 5, Franklin 

Mr. Lawrence Sanders, Rt 2, Franklin 

Mr. Gene Bryant, Topton 28781 

Mr. Paul Smith, 113 Mashburn, Franklin 


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Oak Grove 
Pine Grove 
Pleasant Hill 
Prentiss 


Ridgecrest 
Rose Creek 
Shortoff 
Sugar Fork 
Tellico 


Tesenta 
Union Hill 
Walnut Creek 
Watauga 
Well's Grove 
West Union 
White Oak Fl. 
Windy Gap 









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Don't Meet 


X X 


X 


X X 


X 


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School Enrolment 




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Fred Morgan, Topton 28781 
Lyman McConnell, Rt 2, Franklin 
Stanley Shields, Rt 2, Bryson City 
Clarence Iscenhower, Rt 1, Highlands. 
Bennie Reeves, Rt 4, Franklin 28734 


Ray Peak, Rt 1, Dillard, Ga. 

Roy Southard, Rt 1, Franklin 28734 

Walter Wilson, Rt 2, Highlands 28741 

Jack Dillard, Franklin 28734 

Grady Styles, Rt 1, Dillard, Ga. 30537 


Walter Young, Rt 4, Box 48, Franklin 

e 

not receive a letter 

Gus Baldwin, Bryson City, Franklin 

Gilmer Breedlove, Franklin 28734 


Mr. Swan F. Elliott, P. O. Box 364, Franklin 

Mr.Ray McCall, Rt 1, Highlands 

Mr.. Billy C.Higdon, Rt 5, Franklin 

MrsL.C. Pinnix, Highlands 28741 

Mr. Grady Corbin, 25 Forest Ave. , Franklin 


Mr. Bert Zachary, Highlands 28741 
Mr. Stanley Pendland, Rt 3, Franklin 
Mr.Lyle Shepard, Rt 4, Franklin 28734 
Mr. Zeb Hall, Rt 2, Franklin 28734 
Mr. Berlin Deal, Rt 5, Franklin 28734 
MxJEddie L. Tippelt, P. O. Box 332. Frank. 
Mr. Frank Dills, Rt 5, Box 494, Franklin 
Mr. Frank Hembree, Star Rt. , Topton 
Mr. Charles Long, Rt l.Dillard, Ga. 


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Black Mountn. 
Briartown 
Buck Creek 
Burningtown 


Calvary 
Cartoogechaye 
Clear Creek 
Cowee 
Coweta 


Ellijay 

Fairview 

Flats 

F ranklin 

Franklin:East 


Franklin:West 
Gold Mine 
Higdonville 
Highlands: 1st 
Holly Springs 


Horse Cove 
lotla 
Liberty 
Long View 
Mashburn Br. 
Mount Hope 
Mountain Grove 
Nantahala #2 


J 
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Number New 
Music Groups 




- 


- N 








* 




Number 
Organized Choirs 


- 


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Average 

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Total 
Enrolment 


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CM <jv 


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cm in ■* 


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Mission 
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General 
Officers 


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CO 




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Mr. Gene Trammel, Box 575, Andrews 28901 
Mr. Wesley Murphy, Rt 2, Franklin 28734 
Mr. Carl Cross, Star Rt. , Topton 28781 

Mrs. Lucille Fouts, Rt 3, Franklin 28734 


Rev. Eugene Southard, Wautauga St. .Franklin 
Mr. Frank McC all, Rt 2, Highlands 28741 
Mr. John Johnson, Franklin 28734 
Nora Bell Carpenter, Rt 1, Dillard, Ga. 30537 


Mr. Dan Bishop, Rt 5, Franklin 28734 
Carolyn Passmore, Topton 28781 

Mr.DonTesh, 74 Maple St. , Franklin 28734 
Linda McKay, 32 Curtis s St. , Franklin 28734 


Mr. J. Fred Bryson, Rt 1, Box 606E, Franklin 

Mr. John C. Dendy, Highlands 28741 

Mr. Fred Corbin, Rt 5, Franklin 28734 

Mrs.L.C.Pinnix, Highlands 28741 

Mrs. Mary Justice, "Rt 4, Franklin 28734 


Mrs. John H.Campbell, Rt 3, Franklin 28"*M 

Mrs. Roy Jones, Rt 4, Franklin 28734 

Mr. Zeb Hall, Rt 2, Franklin 28734 

Mr. Carl B. Angel, Rt 5, Franklin 28734 


Mr. Preaulo Crawford, Rt 1, Frankin 28734 
Mr.Fred Fox, Rt 5, Box 499, Franklin 287 34 

Mr.Furman Chastine, Rt 1, Dillard, Ga. 30537 


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Bethel Hill 
Black Mountain 
Briartown 
Buck Creek 
Burningtown 


Calvary 
Cartoogecave 
Clear Creek 
Cowee 
Coweta 


Ellijay 
Fairview 
Flats 
Franklin 
Franklin: East 


Franklin: West 
Gold Mine 
Higdonville 
Highlands 
Holly Springs 


Horse Cave 

lotla 

Liberty 

Long View 

Mashburn Branch 


Mount Hope 
Mountain Grove 
Nantahala #2 
Newman's Chapel 







Number New 
Music Groups 










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Number 
Organized Choirs 






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cm 




Average 

Weekly 

Attendance 




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Mission 
Enrolment 










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General 
Officers 




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Mr. George H. Roper, Rt 3, Box 223, Franklin 

Gaye Phillips, Rt 3, Franklin 287 34 

Mr. Andrew Gregory, Rt 5, Franklin 28734 

Mr. J.B.McConnell, Rt 2, Franklin 28734 


Mr.Odell Bolick, Rt 4, Franklin 28734 

Mr. Alvin Crowe, Highlands 28741 
Mr. Walter Fox, Rt 5, Franklin 28734 
Mr. Arlin Smith, Rt 3, Franklin 28734 


Services Discontinued 

Miss Brenda Sanders, Rt 4, Franklin 28734 
Mr. Jay Nennings, Rt 2, Franklin 28734 


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CHURCHES 


Oak Dale 
Oak Grove 
Pine Grove 
Pleasant Hill 
Prentiss 


Ridgecrest 
Rose Creek 
Shortoff 
Sugar Fork 
Tellico 


Tresenta 
Union Hill 
Walnut Creek 
Wautauga 
Well's Grove 


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Men's Enrolment 








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Enrolment 


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Pioneers (12-14 yrs.) 


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Total 

Local Expenditures 


636 
1, 300 
2,948 

416 
2,015 


712 
4, 636 
1,026 
6,979 
1, 198 


1,807 

55, 644 
1, 080 


2, 877 

1, 193 

2,958 

10, 549 

6, 144 


10, 787 
1,897 
4,986 
4, 457 


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All Other 

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800 

2, 103 

46 

875 


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CO •* -i t- O 

oo oo oo o m 


453 
181 

39,904 

15 


1,080 
521 
1,446 
5, 329 
2, 504 


6, 367 

797 

2, 126 

4,007 


2, 713 
125 
138 

2,012 


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2611 

626 
3900 

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5800 
825 


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600 
1338 
4620 
3380 


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2602 

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Total Receipts 
From Gifts 


724 

3, 180 

800 

2, 662 


695 

5,726 

1,918 

15,939 

1,899 


2,276 
312 

60,076 
2,800 


7, 172 
2, 396 
3,479 
11,764 
8,968 


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12, 195 
4, 256 
7,042 
4,646 


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Mr. Bud MoConnell, Rt 2, Franklin 28734 
Mr. Oscaa' Hamilton, Star Rt. , Topton 2878 1 
Mr. Floy icenhower, Highlands 28741 
Mr. Claude Welch, Rt 3, Franklin 28734 


Mrs. Maurice Norton, Rt 1, Dillard, Ga. 30537 
Mr. J. D.Dayton, Rt 1, Box 398, Franklin 
Mrs. Griffin Hicks, Rt 2, Hichlands 28741 
Mr. Clarence Mason, Bidwell St. , Franklin 
Mrs. Louise Styles, Rt 1, Dillard, Ga. 


Mr. Jerry Bailey, Rt 5, Box 481, Franklin, N. C. 

Mrs. Sarah D.Conley, 35 Bidwell, Franklin 
Mrs. Delia Plemmons, Depot St. .Franklin, N. C 


J.Fred Bryson, Rt 1, Box 60 6E, Franklin 
3. Gerstle Dandy, Rt 1, Highlands 28741 
Grayson Higdon, Rt' 5, Franklin 28734 
James E.McKelvey, Highlands 28741 
Paul Ammons, Rt 4, Franklin 28734 


Bert Zachary, Highlands 28741 
Melvin Pendland, Rt 3, Franklin, N.C. 
s Cecile Gibson, Rt 4, Franklin, N. C. 
3. Edd Ramsey, Rt 2, Box 70, Franklin, N.C 
V.L.Holland, Rt 5, Franklin 28734 


Mrs.W.N.Dalrymple, Rt 1, Franklin 28734 
Mrs. Fred Fox, Rt 5, Box 499, Franklin 
Wilma Mae Jacobs, Aquone 28703 
Mr. C.S.Sams, Dillard, "Rt 1 30537 


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Black Mountain 
Briartown 
Buck Creek 
Burningtown 


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Local Expenditures 


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2, 847 
1, 895 
1,445 
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4, 829 
486 
1, 199 
4, 768 
1, 595 


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3, 268 
3, 320 

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279 
317 


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1,440 

587 

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4, 729 
2,488 
1, 563 
1, 197 


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4, 381 
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Mrs. John Clark, 27 Lake Emory Rd., Frankl. 
Elaine Owens, Rt 4, Franklin 28734 
Elizabeth Williamson, Franklin 28734 
Evelyn R. Brendle, Rt 2, Box 161, Franklin 


Mrs. Frank Sellers, Rt 4, Franklin 28734 
Mr.. Beulen McCall, Rt 3, Box 83, Franklin 
Mr. Harris Elmore, Box 489, Highlands 28741 
Miss Marie Jennings, Baird Cove Rd. , Frank. 
Eva Mae Smith, Rt 2, Franklin 28734 


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Mr.Ernest Brendle, Rt 4, Franklin 28734 
Mr. Kenneth Mashburn, Rt 5, Franklin 
Hazel Stamey, Rt 2, Box211A, Franklin 
Lillian Waters, Topton 28781 
Mrs. Grady Duvall, Rt 3, Franklin 28734 


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Walnut Creek 
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Mr. Wesley Murphy, Rt 2, Franklin 28734 
Mr. Oscar Hamilton, Star Rt. , Topton 28781 
Mildred Vaughn, Rt 1, Box 89, Highlands 
Mr.Bill Simonds, Rt 3, Franklin 28734 


Mrs.EulaHenson, Rt l.Dillard, Ga. 30537 
Mr. Ray Southard, Rt 1, Franklin 28734 
Mrs. Clarence Wilson, Rt 2, Box 86, Highlands 
Mrs. Weaver Holbrook, Rt 4, Box 257, Franklin 
Mr. Larry Shope, Rt l.Dillard, Ga. 30537 


Mrs. Ollie Shook, Rt 5, Franklin 28734 

Mrs. Louise C. Darnell, 235 Baird Cove Rd. , F. 
Mrs. Nell Pannell, Rt 5, Box 6, Franklin 


Mrs. Leslie McDonald, 33 Green, Franklin 
Mr. Mack Dandy, Rt 1, Highlands 28741 
Mrs. Fred Corbin, Rt 5, Franklin 28734 
Mr. Louis Potts, Highlands 28741 
Mr. David Sutton, P. O. Box 144, Franklin 


Callie Zachary, Highlands 28741 
Mrs. J.H.Williams, Rt 3, Franklin 28734 
Mrs. Inez Hurst, Rt 4, Bdx 290, Franklin 
Mrs.Edd Ramey, Rt 2, Box 70, Franklin 
Mrs.Hattie Sorrells, Rt 5, Box 588, Franklin 


Mrs. Helen Parker, Rt l.Box 128, Franklin 
Mrs. Maude Williams, Rt 5, Box 50, Franklin 
Wilma Mae Jacobs, Aquone 28703 
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Holly Springs 


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Mashburn Branch 


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724 

3, 180 

800 

2, 662 


695 
5,726 

1,918 

15,939 

1, 899 


2,276 
312 

60,076 
2, 800 


7, 172 

2, 396 

3, 479 
11. 764 

8,968 


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12, 195 
4,256 
7,042 
4, 646 
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4, 562 


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10,000 

10,000 

3,000 

28,000 


30,000 

20,000 

114, 369 

14,934 


8,000 
6, 000 

183,400 
10, 000 


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150,000 
75,000 


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18,000 
30,000 

29,000 
25,000 


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Claude Ledford, Rt 2, Franklin 
S.J. Waters, Star Rt. , Topton 
William Wooten, Rt 5, Franklin 
Jud Duvall, Rt 3, Franklin 287 34 


Wesley Hooper, Rt 4, Franklin 
Eugene Southard, Watauga St. , Frank 
Edgar Owens, Star Rt. , Satulah, Ga. 
Robert L.Clark, Rt 4, Franklin 
W.A.Cloer, Rt 2, Box 126B, Franklin 


Charles M. Dellinger, P.O.Box 203, F. 
Herschel Mason, Topton, N.C. 

W. Thomas Lane, White Oak, Franklin 
W.A.Cloer, Rt 2, Franklin 287 34 


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Mack Reed, Satulah, Ga. 
Ronald Bradley, Robindale, Asheville 
L.C.Pinnix, P. O. Box 55 1, Highlands 
Cecil Frady, Rt 4, Box 62, Franklin 


Harmon Webb, Mt. Rest, S.C. 
M.I. Brock, Rt 3, Franklin 287 34 
Alton Dendy, Rt 1, Highlands, 28741 
Wiley Gibson, Rt 3, Franklin 
Harry Garner, Baird Cove Rd. , Frank 
Clyde Collins, Rt 1, Franklin 28734 
A.J.Smith, Rt 3, Franklin 28734 
Harley Younce, Star Rt. , Topton 
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Holly Springs 


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Baptist Historical Colledteh 

MINUTES OF 



MACON 
BAPTIST ASSOCIATION 



NORTH CAROLINA 



SIXTY-FOURTH ANNUAL SESSION 
OF THE 

MACON 
BAPTIST ASSOCIATION 

NORTH CAROLINA 
1967 

HELD WITH 

WATAUGA BAPTIST CHURCH 
(Night Session) 
and 
WELL'S GROVE BAPTIST CHURCH 
(Day Session) 

SEPTEMBER 7-8, 1967 

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The Next Annual Night Session of the Association 
will be held with the EAST FRANKLIN and the day session 
with the PLEASANT HILL BAPTIST CHURCHES on September 
5-6, 1968. 



Moderator J. C. Jacobs 

Clerk Mrs. Cecil Frady 



CONTENTS 

ASSOCIATIONAL DIRECTORY 3-4 

BY-LAWS 6 - 9 

CONSTITUTION 5-6 

PROCEEDINGS 11 - 25 

PROGRAM 9-10 

STANDING COMMITTEES 4 

REPORTS: 

Annuity Board 

Baptist Foundation ■ 

Bapti st Ho spital 

Baptist Literature ■-- 

Brotherhood 

Budget 

Children's Home 

Christian Education 

Cooperative Program 

Evangelism 

Executive Committee 

Historical 

Home for the Aging 

In Appreciation 

In Memoriam 

Missions (Associational, State, Home and Foreign) 

Missions Committee 

Place and Preacher Committee 

Seminary Extension 

Sunday School 

Temperance 

T raining Union 

Treasurer' s 

Truett Camp 

Vacation Bible School 

Woman's Missionary Union 

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Associational Directory 



Moderator Mr. J. C. Jacobs, Franklin, N.C. 28734 

Vice Moderator Mr. Fred Corbin, Rt. 5, Franklin, N.C. 

Clerk Mrs. Cecil Frady, Rt. 5, Franklin, N.C. 

Treasurer Mrs. W. A. Cloer , Jr. , Rt. 2, Franklin 

Historian Miss May McCoy, Franklin, N.C. 

Chairman of the Executive Promotion Committee -- Moderator 

SUNDAY SCHOOL OFFICERS 

Superintendent Mr. Roger Seay 

Associate Superintendent Mr. Howard Plemmens 

Secretary Miss Betty Raby 

Pianist Miss Ginger Shuford 

Chorister Mr. Jack Powell 

Superintendent of Training Rev. Guy Duvall 

Supt. of Evangelism Rev. Cecil Frady 

Supt. of Extension Miss Ester Seay 

Supt. of Vacation Bible School Work Mrs. Mary Powell 

Department Leaders: 

Adult Leader Mr. J. C. Jacobs 

Young People's Leader Rev. Charles Dellinger 

Junior Leader ■ Mr. Marshall Fouts 

Intermediate Leader Mrs. J. S. Cunningham 

Primary Leader Mrs. M. I. Brock 

Beginner Leader Mrs. Wiley Gibson 

Nursery Leader Mrs. Branson Barrett 

Cradle Roll Leader Mrs. Charles Pickens 

TRAINING UNION OFFICERS 

Director Mrs. Eugene Pickens 

Associate Director Mr. Roy Rickman 

Secretary Miss Mamie Lee Murray 

Chorister Mr. Jack Powell 

Pastor Advisor Rev. Judson Duvall 

Adult Leader Mr. J. B. Lenoir 

Young People's Leader Mrs. Guy Duvall 

Intermediate Leader Rev. Alton Dendy 

Junior Leader Mrs. Harry Garner 

Primary Leader Mrs. Ann Angel 

Beginner Leader Mrs.Meritt Fouts 

Nursery Leader Mrs. Gene Southards 

WOMAN'S MISSIONARY UNION OFFICERS 

President Mrs. Mack Neely 

Vice President Mrs. E. W. Fisher 

Secretary and Treasurer Mrs. Roy Rickman 

Corresponding Secretary Mrs. Guy Duvall 

Y.W.A. Leader Mrs. Charles Swafford 

G.A. Leader Mrs. George Raby 

Sunbeam Leader Mr s . Furman Shook 

Enlistment Chairman Mrs. J. C. Jacobs 

Mission Study Chairman Mrs. Paul Kinsland 

Community Mission Chairman Mrs. Carr Bryson 

Prayer Chairman Mrs. M. I. Brock 

Stewardship Chairman Mrs. Clifford Dalrymple 

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BROTHERHOOD OFFICERS 

President Mr. Sam Saunders 

Vice President Mr. Gus Baldwin 

Secretary Mr. Swann Elliott 

Adult Men' s Leader Mr . Paul Swaff or d 

Young Men' s Leader Mr. Charles Pickens 

R. A. Leader Mr. Gardner Holden 

Field Worker Rev. Howard Willis 

STANDING COMMITTEES 

NOMINATION COMMITTEE: 

PROGRAM AND PLACE COMMITTEE: Moderator, Vice Moderator, Field- 
worker, Mrs. Ed Brogden and Mrs. W. N. Dalrymple. 
MISSIONS COMMITTEE: Rev. J. W. Myers , Rev. Judson Duvall, Rev. J. S. 

Cunningham, Johnny Tippett, Jim Williamson, Eugene Pickens and 

Field Worker. 
CALENDAR OF ACTIVITIES: Moderator, Vice-Moderator, Clerk, Field 

Worker, Sunday School Superintendent, Training Union Director, WMU 

President, Brotherhood President. 
COMMITTEE ON ORDINATION: Dr. W. Thomas Lane, Rev. Earl Dendy, 

Rev. Cecil Frady, Mr. W. N. Dalrymple and Mr. Cliff Cook. 
COMMITTEE ON EVANGELISM: Jess Cunningham, Rev. Wesley Hooper 

and Rev. W. K. Shields. 
COMMITTEE ON PASTORLESS CHURCHES: Missions Committee. 
TRUSTEES: Mr. Roy Rickman, Arvel Parker and Rev. Gene Southard. 
RESOLUTIONS COMMITTEE: Mrs. Jeter Higdon, and Mrs. D. A. Rhodes. 
SEMINARY EXTENSION COMMITTEE: Dr. W. Thomas Lane, Mrs.Hyldah 

Shepherd and Rev. M. I. Brock. 
MUSIC COMMITTEE: Mr. Jack Powell (Director selects others). 
COMMITTEE ON DENOMINATIONAL AGENCIES: 

Children's Homes Mrs. Ruby Young, Franklin, N. C. 

Baptist Hospital Mr. Bruce Bryant, Franklin, N. C. 

Baptist Homes for the Aging Mr. Swann Elliott, Franklin, N. C. 

Christian Education Mr. Jack Powell, Franklin, N. C. 

Cooperative Program Mr. Paul Swafford, Rt. 3 Franklin 

Foreign Missions Mrs. Roy Kinsland, Franklin, N.C. 

Home Missions Mr. Fred Stiles, Rt. 2, Franklin, N. C. 

State Missions Mrs. Clifford Dalyrmple, Rt. 1 , F'lin 

Minister's Retirement Rev. Charles Dellinger , Rt. 5 , F'lin 

Ass'nS.S. Supt. Mr. Roger Seay, Rt. 5, Franklin 

Ass'n Training Union Director Mrs. Eugene Pickens, Rt. 4, Franklin 

Ass'n Music Director Mr. Jack Powell, Franklin, N.C. 

Ass'n Brotherhood President Mr. Sana Saunders, Franklin, N.C. 

Ass'n W.M.U. President Mrs. Mack Neely, Rt. 1 , Franklin, N. C. 

Ass'n Field Worker Rev. Howard Willis, Box 64, Franklin 



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CONSTITUTION 

As Amended from Time to Time 

ARTICLE I - Name 

This Association shall be known as the Macon Baptist Association. 

ARTICLE II - Object 

The object of this Association shall be: 

1. To cultivate a friendly union among the churches for their mutual 
benefit. 

2. To cooperate with the Baptist State Convention and Southern Baptist 
Convention in the promotion of the causes of Associational Missions, State 
Missions, Home Missions, Foreign Missions, and such other objects as these 
conventions may foster. 

ARTICLE III - Membership 

Section 1. This Association shall be composed of regularly constituted 
Baptist Churches in Macon County who shall be represented at its regular or 
special meetings by duly elected messengers. 

Section 2. This Association shall have the right to determine what churches 
shall be admitted to its union, and to withdraw fellowship from any, for not 
complying with its rules or with the Articles of its Constitution and By-Laws, 
or for violating orthodox principles as set forth and believed by Southern 
Baptists. 

Section 3. Any church desiring membership in the Association will 
present its request at any regular annual meeting. The request will be re- 
ferred to a Credential Committee appointed by the Association, which com- 
mittee, will examine the church's articles of faith, covenant, form of organi- 
zation and such other matters as deemed necessary. Upon favorable report 
of the committee at the next annual meeting of the Association, the church 
may be received into fellowship by a two-thirds majority vote of the messen- 
gers present. 

Section 4. It shall be a duty of each church to furnish the Association each 
year a letter, on a form provided by the clerk, giving full information and 
statistics provided for on the form; and to send with the letter or by a mes- 
senger a contribution toward the cost of printing the minutes of the Association. 
This letter and accompanying money to cover cost of minutes requested shall 
be in the clerk's hands thirty (30) days prior to annual meeting. 

ARTICLE IV - Meetings 

Section 1. The Association shall meet annually on Thursday evening and 
Friday following the first Sunday in September.' The associational year shall 
begin September 1, and close on August 31. 

Section 2. The business of the Association shall be transacted by the 
pastors of the several churches, and two messengers from each church, to- 
gether with one additional messenger for every fifty members or fraction 
thereof above the first fifty, with no church having more than fifteen messen- 
gers. 

Section 3. This Association shall be governed in its meetings by such 
rules as may be adopted, amended or set aside by a majority vote of the 
messengers present. "Roberts' Rules of Order" will be the guide in all 
parliamentary matters. 



ARTICLE V - Officers and Committees 

Section 1. The officers of this Association shall be Moderator, Vice- 
Moderator, Clerk, Treasurer, Historian, and three trustees. 

Section 2. The standing Committees of this Association shall be the 
Executive Committee, the Missions Committee, the Nominating Committee, 
Credential and Ordination Committee, Evangelism Committee, Program and 
Place Committee, and such other committees as the body may direct. The 
Moderator and Associational Missionary shall be Ex-Officio members of all 
standing Committees. 

ARTICLE VI - Associational Missionary 

Section 1. The Association shall employ an Associational Missionary 
-whose duties are described as follows: 

(a) Work with and under the general supervision of the Missions Com- 
mittee of the Association in maintaining and directing the Associational Pro- 
gram of Missions. 

(b) Give guidance, counsel, and assistance whenever possible, and/or 
as needed to associational officers, organizations, and committees. 

(c) Share and distribute information concerning plans and activities of 
the N. C. Baptist Convention and the Southern Baptist Convention as they re- 
late to the work and program of the churches. 

(d) Make himself available to each church and pastor, as his schedule 
permits, for any service he might render, such as preaching, teaching and 
counseling. 

(e) Administer or execute any other activities that the Association shall 
direct. 

Section 2. The Associational Missionary shall be called for an indefinite 
term to serve until the relationship is disolved at the request of eigher the 
Missionary or the Association. In either case, at least sixty days notice 
shall be given of termination of the relationship, unless otherwise mututally 
agreed, with both the Missionary and the Association seeking to follow the 
will of God and the leading of the Holy Spirit. 

Section 3. The missionary shall be provided with such salary and ex- 
penses as the Missions Committee shall recommend with the approval of the 
Association. 

ARTICLE VII - Amendments 

This Constitution and By-Laws may be amended at any regular annual 
meeting by a two-thirds majority vote of the messengers present, provided 
the proposed amendment shall have been presented in written form on the 
first day of the annual meeting. The vote on any proposed amendment so 
presented may be deferred until the second day if requested by a majority 
vote of the messengers present. 

BY-LAWS 

ARTICLE I - Election of Officers 

All general officers of this Association shall be elected at each annual 
meeting upon the recommendation of the Nominating Committee. The terms 
of office to begin at the conclusion of the annual meeting and to continue until 
the close of the next annual meeting. Any vacancies occurring in the interim 
shall be filled by the Executive Committee. 



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ARTICLE II - Duties of Officers 

Section 1. THE MODERATOR: The Moderator shall preside over the 
meetings of the Association and discharge such duties as are incumbent on the 
presiding officers of a deliberative body and shall also serve as chairman of 
the Executive Committee. He shall serve not more than two years consecu- 
tively. He shall appoint during the first session committees to report at the 
Annual Associational Meeting. These committees are: Resolutions and any 
other committees. 

Section 2. THE VICE-MODERATOR: The Vice-Moderator shall perform 
the duties of the Moderator in the absence of or at the request of the Modera- 
tor. 

Section 3. THE CLERK: The Clerk shall record and preserve the pro- 
ceedings of the Association and have the same printed and distributed subject 
to the approval of the Moderator and Treasurer. 

Section 4. THE TREASURER: The Treasurer shall preserve all monies 
paid into the body and pay the same upon the instruction of the Association, or 
Missions Committee. He shall make a quarterly report to the Executive Com- 
mittee and an annual report to the Association. 

Section 5. THE HISTORIAN: The Historian shall record and keep a 
record of such items as would be of interest to a future historian, in a book 
kept for that purpose. He shall keep a file of the Associational minutes. 

Section 6. THE TRUSTEES: The Trustees shall be three in number and 
shall hold title to all properties owned by the Association. No conveyance or 
deed-of-trust shall be executed affecting the title of said property except upon 
the instructions of the annual meeting of the Association or the Executive 
Committee. The Trustees shall serve terms of three years with one-third 
elected each year. 

ARTICLE III - The Executive Committee 

Section 1. The Executive Committee shall be composed of the officers 
of the Association, the pastors of the churches of the Association, and one lay 
member from each church. 

Section 2. The lay members shall be elected by the Church and reported 
to the Association on the Annual Associational Letter. The officers of the 
Association, heads of Associational Organizations and pastors are automatic- 
ally on the committee by virtue of the places of leadership they hold in the 
Association. 

Section 3. Duties of the Executive Committee: 

(a) To meet quarterly and upon call of the chairman. 

(b) To act for and on behalf of the Association between sessions. 

(c) To fill vacancies which may occur during the year in the person- 
nel of the Associational Officers or workers for the remainder of such unex- 
pired terms. 

(d) To make such recommendations as it may deem wise for the 
strengthening and upbuilding of the churches and the work of the Association. 

ARTICLE IV - The Missions Committee 

Section 1. The Missions Committee shall be composed of four pastors 
and three laymen nominated by the Nominating Committee. The pastors shall 
be elected for a term of two years with one-half the number being elected 
each year. The laymen shall be elected for a term of three years with one- 
third of the number being elected each year. The committee shall elect its 
chairman and secretary each year. 

Section 2. Duties of the Missions Committee: To lead in our Associational 
Missions Program through: 

(a) General supervision and guidance of the Associational Mission 
Program. 



(b) Seeking out an Associational Missionary, making nominations in 
event of vacancy. 

(c) Planning a Program of Activities with the Associational Mission- 
ary. 

(d) The Recommendation of an Associational Budget to the Executive 
Committee meeting just prior to the annual meeting of the Association. 

(e) The supervision of the expenditure of the budget. 

(f) The enlistment of the churches in the active financial support of 
the Associational Mission program. 

ARTICLE V - The Credential and Ordination Committee 

Section 1. The Credential and Ordination Committee shall be composed 
of three pastors and two laymen nominated by the Nominating Committee. 
The first named shall be the chairman. 

Section 2. Duties of the Credential and Ordination Committee: 

(a) Examine applications churches seeking admission into Association. 

(b) Make necessary recommendations to the Association. 

(c) Encourage all churches to follow the leading of the Holy Spirit in 
ordaining men to the Gospel Ministry. 

(d) Upon the invitation of the church conducting the ordination, rep- 
resent the Association on the examining council. 

ARTICLE VI - The Nominating Committee 

Section 1. The Nominating Committee shall be composed of three pastors 
and two laymen to be appointed by the Moderator during the first session of 
each annual Associational Meeting. The first named shall be chairman. 

Section 2. Duties of the Nominating Committee: 

(a) To nominate the general officers of the Association. 

(b) To nominate the Associational Sunday School Superintendent. 

(c) To nominate the Associational Training Union Director. 

(d) To nominate the Orphanage, Hospital, Biblical Recorder, and 
Baptist Home for the aging representatives. 

(e) To nominate Associational Brotherhood president. 

(f) To nominate Associational Music Director. 

(g) To nominate the standing committees that are to function during 
the year between the sessions of the Association. 

(h) To fill vacancies occuring in any of the standing committees during 
the year. 

Section 3. All other officers are to be recommended by the heads of the 
organizations and departments to the Nominating Committee. 

ARTICLE VII - Committee on Evangelism 

Section 1. The Committee on Evangelism shall be composed of three 
members nominated by the Nominating Committee. The first named shall be 
the chairman. 

Section 2. Duties of the Committee on Evangelism: 

(a) Study and keep the Association and trend of Baptism within the 
Association. 

(b) Plan and promote such meetings as will keep the cause of Evan- 
gelism before the Association. 

ARTICLE VIII - Program and Place Committee 

Section 1. This committee shall be composed of the Moderator, Vice- 
Moderator, Associational Missionary and two laymen. 
Section 2. Duties: 

(a) This committee shall plan the program of the annual meeting as to 
time, place, and preacher and all necessary events. 

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(b) This program shall be presented to the Executive Committee at 
its last regular meeting before the Association. 

ARTICLE IX - Reports 

All reports to the Annual Associational Meeting are to be in the Asso- 
ciational Missionary's office thirty (30) days prior to the Annual Associational 
Meeting. 

PROGRAM 

THEME: A Church fulfilling its mission through ministry. "Teaching them 
to obey everything I have commanded". 

NIGHT SESSION WITH WATAGUGA BAPTIST CHURCH 
September 7, 1967 - 7:00 P.M. 

7:00 Call to Order Moderator 

7:05 Hymn 

7:10 - 7:30 Scripture and Prayer Rev. Guy Duvall 

Words of Welcome Rev. W. K. Shields 

Recognition of Pastors and Visitors-- Moderator 

Enrollment and Statistics Report Mrs. Cecil Frady 

Report of Committee on Order of 

Business Moderator 

7:30 - 8:15 "Ministering through Missions: 

(1) Associational Missions Rev. Howard Willis 

(2) State Missions Mrs. Clifford Dalrymple 

(3) Home Missions Mr. Fred Stiles 

(4) Foreign Missions Mrs. Fannie Gibson 

8:15 - 8:30 Report on Baptist Literature 

Speaker: Biblical Recorder Representative 
8:30 - 8:55 Business 

(1) Executive Promotion Committee 

Report • Moderator 

(2) Treasurer' s Report Mrs. Stanley Penland 

(3) Finance Committee Report Rev. M. I. Brock 

(4) Missions Committee Report Rev. John R.Willis 

(5) Committee on Resolutions Report-Mrs. Jeter Higdon 

(6) Miscellaneous Business 
8:55-9:00 Hymn 

Annual Sermon and Benediction Rev. W. K. Shields 

DAY SESSION WITH WELL'S GROVE BAPTIST CHURCH 
Morning Session - September 8, 1967 

THEME: "A Church Fulfilling Its Mission through Ministry". 

9:00 - 9:15 Hymn 

Scripture and Prayer Rev. Alton Dendy 

Words of Welcome Rev. Earl Dendy 

9:15 - 9:45 Report on Evangelism- Speaker Rev. J. S. Cunningham 

9:45 - 10:00 Report on the Cooperative Program-- Paul Swafford 
Speaker; State Convention Representative 

10:00-10:15 Baptist Foundation Report 

Speaker: State Convention Representative 

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10:15 - 11:00 "Ministering through Social Services" 

(1) Children's Home Report Mrs. Ruby Young 

Speaker: Children's Home Representative 

(2) Report on Homes for the Aging:-- Mr. Swann Elliott 
Speaker: Homes for the Aging; Representative 

(3) Report on the Baptist Hospital Mr. Bruce Bryant 

Speaker: Dr. W. K. McGee 

11:00-11:15 Report on Minister's Retirement Rev. Charles Dellinger 

Speaker: Annuity Board Representative 
11:15-11:20 Hymn 

11:20-12:00 Doctrinal Message Rev. Earl Dendy 

12:00 -1:00 Fellowship and Lunch 

Grace for the meal Rev. A. J. Smith 

AFTERNOON SESSION - SEPTEMBER 8, 1967 

THEME: "A Church Fulfilling Its Mission Through Ministry". 

1:00- 1:05 Scripture and Prayer Mr. Fred Corbin 

1:05 - 1:30 Reports of Associational Committees: 

(1) Report of Nomination Committee- Rev. Earl Dendy 

(2) Place and Preacher Committee Rev. Howard Willis 

(3) Committee on Credentials Report-Dr. Thomas Lane 

Miscellaneous Business 
1:30 - 1:50 "Ministering Through Education" 

(1) Fruitland Bible Institute 
Speaker: Fruitland Representative 

(2) Seminary Extension Report 
Speaker: Rev. Roy J. Smith 

("3) Truett Baptist Camp Report 
Speaker: Rev. Larry Bryson 
1:50 - 2:00 "Ministering Through Associational Program". 

(1) Music Committee Report Mr. Jack Powell 

(2) Christian Education Report Rev. Howard Willis 

(3) Sunday School Report Mr. Preaulo Crawford 

(4) Training Union Report Mr. Marshall Fouts 

(5) Vacation Bible School Report Mrs. Mack Neely 

(6) W.M.U. Report Mrs. J. C. Jacobs 

(7) Brotherhood Report Mr. Sam Saunders 

2:00 - 2:10 Scripture and Prayer Rev. J. W. Myers 

Honoring the Deceased Rev. Claude Ledford 

2:10 - 2:15 Report of Resolution Committee Mrs. Jeter Higdon 

2:15-2:25 Historian Report Mrs. I. T. Peek 

Inspirational Message and Installation of 1967-68 Officers 
Installation of 1967-68 Officers Rev. John R.Willis 

Benediction Rev. Judson Duvall 



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PROCEEDINGS 

of the 
SIXTY-FOURTH ANNUAL SESSION 

of the 
MACON BAPTIST ASSOCIATION 

THEME: "A Church Fulfilling Its Mission Through Ministry". 

The Macon Baptist Association met in its Sixty-Fourth annual session with 
the Watauga Baptist Church on Thursday evening, September 7, 1967. 

THURSDAY EVENING - SEPTEMBER 7, 1967 



1. The Association was called to order by J. C. Jacobs, Moderator, at 
7:00 p. m. Rev. Howard Willis, Field Worker of Macon Association, led in 
singing "Send The Light" with Mrs. Edd Brodgen at the piano. Rev. Grady 
Norman read Matthew 28:19-20 and led in prayer. 

2. In absence of Host Pastor, Rev. Bill Shields, the Moderator welcomed 
the sixty-fourth session to Watauga Baptist Church. 

3. The Moderator extended a welcome to pastors and visitors and they 
were recognized at this time. 

4. Rev. M. I. Brock moved the adoption of the printed program with 
necessary modifications, and seconded by Rev. Howard Willis. Motion carried. 

5. Rev. Howard Willis, Associational Field Worker presented the report 
on Associational Missions, and read John 4:35 with emphasis on "needs, task, 
and tell. " Howard Willis moved the adoption of this report and seconded by 
Cecil Frady. Report adopted. 

ASSOCIATIONAL MISSIONS REPORT 

It must be insisted that the gospel is "the gospel of the kingdom" (Mark 1: 
14). In accepting and "seeking the kingdom of God" the Christian accepts all 
citizens of the kingdom as brothers. 

During this past associational year we have reached goals unsurpassed 
before. A great number of the churches have increased their gifts to associa- 
tional missions. There has been a large number who have begun to support 
our work for the first time. At the time of my writing this message, others 
are still coming in. This has been the finest year ever in Macon Baptist 
association in the line of finance. There has been 32 churches that realized 
the need at home and supported our work. There is several individuals who 
have given of their means that we may go into the other church also. By 
your gifts we are able to go, and tell the story of Jesus in churches who need 
help and desire it. What have you and your church done for Associational 
Missions in Macon County? Let your light shine. 

Respectfully submitted, Howard Willis, Missionary 

6. The State Missions report prepared by Mrs. Clifford Dalrymple was 
received as information. 

STATE MISSIONS REPORT 

"A great and effectual door is open unto us", through State Missions. 
The challenge is before us, "New dimensions in State Missions". Our money 
dedicated to God, given to State Missions, will open doors for the prisoners, 
add new dimensions to the stranger within our gates, the deaf will be taught 
to read, and better understand God's Word. Many churches will have a better 
trained, and educated pastors, as we support the Baptist Colleges within our 
State, and Fruitland Baptist Bible Institute will be strengthened. 

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As we consider the goal that we see before us, and ponder over the 
amount, that we as individuals will give to reach this goal, let's remember 
our Savior gave His life that we might have this opportunity. So our Christian 
responsibility is to give that others might know Him as Lord and Savior. 
Respectfully submitted, Mrs. Clifford Dalrymple 

7. The Home Missions Report prepared by Fred Stiles was received as 
information. 

HOME MISSION BOARD REPORT 

The United States is the most influential nation in the world. It is the 
nation whose churches provide the major thrust for the spread of the gospel 
world-wide. Amazing advances in communication provide unparalleled 
opportunities for sharing the gospel, but they also channel to the world infor- 
mation regarding our spiritual and moral weaknesses. In such a situation, 
every effort to Christianize the United States takes on global dimensions. At 
this point in human history home missions must be a major concern of South- 
ern Baptist. 

A Missionary force of over 2, 100 assist Southern Baptist in their efforts to 
bring men to God through Jesus Christ in a period that is characterized by 
national and international tensions, inflationary economy, growing population, 
moral problems, and mounting social changes. This force was reinforced in 
1966 by the appointment of 427 missionaries with 119 on career status. 

The Field is the Lord's, and let us reap the harvest of grain that is falling. 
Our churches need reviving, and the lost must be reached for Christ. The 
Home Mission Board has lead the way in developing new ways to reach people 
and help in the task of winning more people to Him. Our purpose should be 
"Others" . 

Respectfully submitted, Fred Stiles 

8. The Foreign Missions Report prepared by Mrs. Fannie Gibson was 
received as information. 

FOREIGN MISSION REPORT 

The Field is the World. The call to lift our eyes to a new horizon of 
5,000 missionaries has brought an encouraging response . We can interpret 
this only as God working in the hearts of His people. We come to the close of 
1966 praising God for His blessings and grace, and confident that Southern 
Baptists will continue responding to His call by laying their lives upon the 
altar and their gifts at our Master's disposal so that the message of life and 
love can be shared with the people in every part of the known world. We turn 
our eyes to the future, giving God the glory, determined to serve in the power 
of His spirit to the end of the way. 

At the close of 1966, there were 2,208 missionaries under appointment by 
the Foreign Mission Board for service in sixty-five countries. Two hundred 
seven missionaries were appointed during the year, including missionary 
associates and missionary journeymen. 

Certainly the Field is the world. How far will we go in the years to come 
for our Lord? We have the Word and God has been good to us in America. 
Many are starving for the Word of Life. Will you and I give that others may 
know ? 

Respectfully submitted, Mrs. Fannie Gibson 

9. The printed report on Biblical Recorder, was accepted as information. 
Speaking to this report was Guy Cain, Secretary of Annuity Department, in 
absence of C. W. Bazemore. 



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BAPTIST LITERATURE REPORT 
(Biblical Recorder) 

Consider just one thing the RECORDER did last year: In reporting ac- 
curately and courageously the doings of the General Assembly in Raleigh, the 
RECORDER performed a significant service for the Baptist, as well as other 
denominations. A number of daily newspapers, including the Charlotte 
Observer, credited the RECORDER with being a major factor in the defeat of 
a liquor by the drink bill. But we cannot sit back and relax. Supporters of 
liquor by the drink have warned that they will be back to push their cause in the 
1969 General Assembly. The RECORDER will be there to keep you posted 
and to urge you to act. 

Another example of the service to its readers, the RECORDER is continu- 
ing to run both Sunday school lessons- -the Uniform Lessons and the Life and 
Work Curriculum Lessons. Outstanding writers have been secured to do these 
lessons. 

In addition to the weekly ministry in nearly 89, 000 homes, the RECORDER 
editor now writes a weekly religious newscast which is heard on more than 
75 radio stations throughout the state. The Radio-Television Commission 
produces and distributes the program. This is another opportunity to spread 
the good news of the Gospel. 

Nothing else can take the place of the BIBLICAL RECORDER in Baptist 
life. If you doubt this, try it in your church. 

Respectfully submitted, J.Marse Grant, Editor 

10. The Executive Promotion Committee's report by moderator was 
accepted as information. 

EXECUTIVE PROMOTION COMMITTEE REPORT 

During the year of 19^6-67 the Executive Promotion Committee held four 
regular meetings, and three special called meetings. 

October 6, 1966, in the regular meeting, it was voted and approved to 
discontinue plans for the school of missions to be held in 1967, for lack of 
participation of the churches. 

Rev. Clyde Collins resigned as moderator of the association due to his 
acceptance of a church in another association. 

October 21, 1966, in this special called meeting, Rev. Earl Dendy, 
Chairman of the Nomination Committee, presented Mr. J. C. Jacobs to the 
group as moderator to the Association. Mr. Gardner Holden was presented 
as R. A. Leader for the Association by Mr. Sam Saunders. 

January 5, 1967: In the regular meeting it was agreed that the $454.48 in 
the Building and Loan not be drawn until needed. 

April 14, 1967: In this regular meeting an announcement was made of 
plans to hold a county-wide revival at the Fair Building in July. The Vice 
moderator appointed Dr. Thomas Lane to fill the vacancy created by Rev. 
L.C.Pinnix on the nomination Committee. It was called to the committees 
attention that 13 Juvenille Delinquent cases had been reported in Macon 
County. It was approved that all help needed in Vacation Bible Schools be 
secured for the summer. The missionary read his resignation to become 
effective May 13, 1967. Dr. Thomas Lane made a motion that the Missions 
Committee in this thirty days time work out an agreement whereby the mis- 
sionary could go full-time, and make a report, and an offer to the missionary. 

June 9, 1967: Rev. M. I. Brock, Chairman of the Missions Committee 
reported that the Convention had been contacted about our supplement and they 
would increase their support by $912. 00 providing the churches could match 
this amount. Rev. John R.Willis was secured as interim worker until a 
missionary could be secured. 

Miss Linda Frady was approved as summer Bible School worker. 

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June 27, 1967: In this special meeting the Missions committee made 
a recommendation to the Committee that Rev. Howard Willis be re-elected 
as Field-worker beginning July 1st under the same basis as he had served. 
That the churches seek to go full time in 1968 with the aid of the Baptist State 
Convention. 

This has been our finest year ever in Macon Association, and I am sure 
it can even be better in 1967-68. Will you help us make it such? 

Respectfully submitted, J.C.Jacobs 

11. Attention was called to the treasurer's report. Report adopted. 



TREASURER'S REPORT 

Amount brought forward $538.45 

Contributions Ass'n Missions V. B. S. Minutes Total 

Bethel $ 19.20 $ 5.60 $ 24.08 

Briartown 50.00 8.00 58.00 

Buck Creek 6.00 6.00 

Burningtown 60.00 5.00 65.00 

Calvary 10.00 6.00 16.00 

Cartoogechaye 300.00 10.00 310.00 

Clear Creek 10;00 10.00 

Cowee 240.00 20.00 260.00 

East Franklin 52.50 2.00 54.50 

Ellijay 30.00 6.00 36.00 

Franklin First 1,200.00 15.00 1,215.00 

Gold Mine 60.00 18.00 78.00 

Higdonville 120.00 10.00 130.00 

Highlands 180.00 6.00 186.00 

Holly Springs 79.30 15.00 94.30 

Iotla »-— 240.00 10.00 250.00 

Kettle Rock 6.00 6.00 

Liberty 24.00 5.00 29.00 

Longview 132.00 10.00 142.00 

Mashburn Branch 36.17 12.00 48.17 

Mountain Grove 4.00 4.00 

Mt.Hope 220.00 12.00 232.00 

Nantahala No. 2 3.00 3.00 

Newman's Chapel 25.00 20.00 45.00 

Oak Dale 29.29 2.00 31.59 

Oak Grove 70.00 5.00 75.00 

Pine Grove 8.00 5.00 13.00 

Prentiss 36.00 8.50 44.50 

Rose Creek 15.00 4.00 19.00 

Ridgecrest 72.00 20.00 92.00 

Shortoff 80.75 $ 25.00 6.00 111.76 

Sugarfork 60.00 12.00 72.00 

Tellico 6.00 6.00 

Walnut Creek 30.00 5.00 35.00 

Watauga 12.00 12.00 

Wells Grove 96.00 12.00 108.00 

West Franklin 71.90 6.00 77.90 

West Union 4.00 4.00 

White Oak Flats 12.00 12.00 

Windy Gap 25.00 5.00 30.00 

N. C. Baptist Convention --- 1,495.00 1,495.00 

Howard Willis 220.00 220.00 

Mrs. Cecil Frady 3.10 3.10 

Rev. Claude Ledford 2.00 2.00 

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TREASURER'S REPORT (continued): 

Contributions Ass'nMissions V. B. S. Minutes Total 

Mrs. Max Cruse $4.00 $ 4.00 
Collection from Bible School 

Clinic (over expenses) — $ 6. 59 6. 59 
Adult Women of First Baptist 
(For Bible School at 

Bethlehem Church) 10.00 10.00 

Howard Willis (Office supplies 

& covers for Book of Rp. ) 15.93 15.93 
Howard Willis, Refund on Exp. 

to State and Evangelistic Con f. 6. 25 6. 25 

Totals $5,424.70 $41.59 $343.10 $5,809.39 

DISBURSEMENTS: 

Field Worker's Salary (Rev. Howard Willis) $3, 341. 89 

Field Worker's Salary (Rev. John Ralph Willis - Month of July)-- 100. 00 

Clerk's Salary 60.00 

Treasurer's Salary 60.00 

Office Rent 180.00 

Office Phone 199.23 

Postage 101. 12 

Vacation Bible School Worker 35.00 

Office Supplies 52.87 

Programs and Covers for Book of Reports 14. 33 

Vacation Bible Schobl Expenses (Postage, $5.00; Principal's Pkg. 

$2.58) 7.58 

Field Worker's Expenses to Baptist State Convention 25. 00 

Field Worker's Expenses to Evangelistic Conference 25. 00 

Field Worker's Social Security 140. 00 

Field Worker's Christmas Bonus 100. 00 

W.M.U. Supplies and Expenses 75.00 

Printing of Associational Minutes 372. 55 

P.O. Box Rent 4.80 



TOTAL DISBURSEMENTS FOR YEAR $4, 894. 37 

BALANCE ON HAND: 

Deposited in Savings Account, Macon County Building and Loan 

Asso. for School of Missions $120.00 

Total Disbursements including amount invested in Savings Account$5, 014. 37 

Balance on Hand - June 30, 1967 $1, 333. 47 

Total in Savings Account - June 30, 1967 $464.69 

Respectfully submitted, Mrs. Stanley Penland, Treasurer 

12. The Finance Report was moved for adoption by M. I. Brock, attention 
was called to the increased budget for full time missionary. Report adopted. 

BUDGET FOR 1967-1968 

SALARIES: 

Field-worker's Salary --(to begin January 1 , 1968) $5, 200. 00 

Treasurer's Salary 60.00 

Clerk's Salary 60. 00 

Total Salaries $5,320.00 

GENERAL EXPENSE: 

Field-worker's Travel Exp. (to begin Jan. 1, 1968). $600.00 

Field workers Convention Expense 250.00 

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BUDGET (continued): 

Field Worker's Social Security $140.00 

Office Rent 180.00 

Office Phone 225.00 

Printing of Minutes, (Extras) 60.00 

Office Supplies and Postage 225. 00 

Total General Expense $1,680. 00 

PROMOTIONAL EXPENSES: 

Sunday School . $ 25.00 

T raining Union 25.00 

Brotherhood and R. A. 25.00 

W.M.U. 100.00 

Music Department 25.00 

Missions Committee 25.00 

V.B.S. 25. 00 

Total Promotional Expenses $ 250.00 

GRAND TOTAL $7,250. 00 

Less Convention Supplement $2, 600. 00 

To be raised by the Churches $4, 650. 00 

Respectfully submitted, John R. Willis, Chrm. of Committee; 
M. I. Brock, Judson Duvall, Johnny Tippett, 

Jim Williamson, Eugene Pickens 

13. It was moved to accept the proposed budget for the coming year, and 
seconded by Cecil Frady, motion carried. 

14. Missions Committee report was given at this time, this report was 
accepted as information. 

MISSIONS COMMITTEE REPORT 

Your missions committee met four times this year. 

Two of these meetings were for the purpose of discussing with our field 
worker the possibility of his going full time. 

We are happy to report that Rev. Howard Willis has consented to serve as 
full time Field Worker beginning January 1, 1967. We have the promise of 
added support toward our Associational Field Worker salary from our State 
Convention for which we are grateful. 

We thank you for passing the new budget for 1968 as presented to you by 
another member of our committee. 

Respectfully submitted, John R. Willis, Missions Comm. , Chrrm. 

15. Wiley Gibson, Committee on Resolutions gave the response to the 
address of welcome and expressed appreciation of letting the association come 
to this church. 

16. The report on enrollment and statistics was submitted by Mrs. Cecil 
Frady at this time. The clerk had received 47 letters representing 180 mes- 
sengers. A roll was called of the churches with those elected by their church 
as messengers standing to constitute the governing body of the associational 
meeting. 

The clerk moved the adoption of the statistical summary be accepted as 
information, also that messengers present and other duly appointed mes- 
sengers who may arrive later constitute the Sixty-Fourth annual session of 
Macon Baptist Association. Motion passed. Report adopted. 

17. Temperance Report prepared by Howard Willis was presented, 
Howard Willis spoke to this report and moved the adoption of it, seconded by 
Sam Sanders. Report adopted. 



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TEMPERANCE REPORT 

This year, 1967 is a very crucial year for alcohol. 

At this writing many of the adjoining counties are already voting or have 
already voted to establish liquor stores. Some of these are making it possible 
that the towns themselves can vote, and set the counties aside, until such is 
over, and then vote in liquor. The question that comes to my mind is, "Will 
our State, Towns, and our Counties sell themselves down the stream for a 
drink of boose? Will our Nation do the same? A. B.C. stores are already 
become a reality in nearby towns. We do not know just what the outcome will 
be, but plan to take a stand against alcohol in any form. Will we help to put 
the bottle to our neighbors mouth? Well when we vote for such we are helping 
just to do that very thing. And there is a WOE upon those who do such a thing. 

Parents have a great responsibility in teaching their children the perils 
of alcoholism, and so has the church. We live in a changing world, but let 
us not change in our stand as Christians to satisfy those who say, Give us 
liquor-by-the-drink, brown-bagging or in any other form. Let us continue to 
fight alcohol at all times, in any way, and especially, in this day in which we 
live. 

Respectfully submitted, Howard Willis, Missionary. 

18. Rev. Howard Willis led in singing "We'll Work Till Jesus Comes". 

19. Time having come for the annual sermon, the moderator recognized 
Rev. Bill Shields, Host Pastor, who also expressed words of welcome at this 
time due to late arrival. Rev. Shields read for his scripture passage Mark 6: 
29-44, and using as his subject "Hungry Multitude". Rev. Shields message was 
presented further under the following points: (1) Compassion, (2) See The 
Needs. 

Rev. Shields closed with prayer to adjourn the evening session. Adjourn- 
ment was at 8:30. 

FRIDAY MORNING - SEPTEMBER 8 
Wells Grove Baptist Church 

PROCEEDINGS: 

20. Wells Grove was host for this session. Moderator, J.C.Jacobs 
called the meeting to order at 9:00 a. m. Rev. John Willis led in singing 
"There is a Name I Love to Hear". Rev. Alton Dendy read as a scripture pas- 
sage Acts 2:1-3 and led in prayer. 

21. Rev. Earl Dendy, Host Pastor, welcomed this session of the Associa- 
tion to the Wells Grove Church. 

22. Rev. J. S. Cunningham was recognized to present the reporton Evange- 
lism, who also spoke to the report. Report adopted. 

EVANGELISM REPORT 



Evangelism has struck deeply into the life of Southern Baptists - and 
rightly so. It is the chief task of every Christian, and all of our organized 
Christian work. It still remains an unfinished task. What a time to challenge 
with Christ's claims. The pastor, the church, and the Christian has an un- 
excelled opportunity today. We must raise a call to repent across this luxury- 
laden land? We must awaken men to the consciousness that they are men, 
made to walk erect and look into the face of God. If the out-look is bad try 
the up-look. 

The evangelistic thrust needed now waits not on new methods but on new 
men. Men and women who have been made new in Christ Jesus and are totally 
committed and surrendered to Him in mind, body, and soul. As chairman of 
evangelism, I want to urge you to make this year the greatest year in winning 
people to Christ. Should this happen in our association then it will be felt 

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around the world and more people will be able to hear the wonderful story of 
Jesus. The command is: "Go" "Preach" and "Teach". 

Respectfully submitted, J. S. Cunningham 

23. Attention was called to the Cooperative Program Report prepared 
by Paul Swafford. Rev. Howard Willis moved the adoption of this report and 
seconded, and carried. 

COOPERATIVE PROGRAM REPORT 

Last year North Carolina Baptists gave $5,787,311 through the Coopera- 
tive Program. Supplementing this with Special Offerings amounting to 
$2,897,639, making a total of $8,684,950 for all mission causes! Only two 
associations in our state gave 100% - these were Anson and Yates. 

Last year 28 churches out of 48 in our association gave a total of 
$9, 802. 42 through the Cooperative Program. This was an increase of 
$993. 17 over 1965. Special gifts amounted to $10, 767. 38 with 48 churches 
giving. This was an increase of $3,451. 55 over 1965. The total gifts 
through the Cooperative Program and Special Gifts amounted to $20, 569. 80 as 
compared to $17, 118. 25 in 1965. 

We recommend that in response to the special call of God and the General 
Board of the Baptist State Convention we increase our Cooperative Program 
giving by at least 10% during the coming year. 

Respectfully submitted, Paul Swafford 

24. Baptist Foundation Report prepared by Howard Willis, and who also 
spoke to this report was adopted. Guy S. Cain, secretary of Annuity Depart- 
ment spoke to this report. 

BAPTIST FOUNDATION REPORT 

Who will have charge of handling your estate? You choose an individual 
or an organization, specifically experienced, to manage and invest your estate. 
You can arrange for a trust to be set up to protect your estate against loss or 
dissipation. 

A will prepared with the help of legal counsel may reduce the estate tax 
and the expense of probating the estate. Gifts to Baptist causes through a 
Baptist Foundation are exempt from taxation. 

To perpetuate your Christian influence. You can from your estate make 
gifts of cash or other property to Baptist causes. Through a will, the Lord's 
work as administered by Southern Baptist can be assured of your continued 
support. 

Respectfully submitted, Howard Willis 

25. Report on Baptist Children's Home was moved for adoption by Mrs. 
Ruby Young, who also expressed giving support to Thanksgiving offering. 
Report accepted. Speaking to this report was Rev. Jim Lambert, Pastor of 
Baptist Children's Home, Thomasville. 

CHILDREN'S HOME REPORT 

Helping children and young people to grow and develop toward Christian 
maturity is one of the greatest privileges in life. No task is more important. 
At the Children's Homes we seek to provide the proper atmosphere, encourage' 
ment and supervision to assure the development of inborn, God given talents 
of our children. 

This agency offers a variety of quality services to the children of families 
who have not been able to continue a satisfactory pattern of living together. 

Members of the Board of Trustees and the Staff of the Children's Homes 
are committed to the task of maintaining a Christian Program of Child Care - 

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a program that will merit the undivided support and loyalty of our people and 
that will bring favor to our Lord. To that end it is our purpose to meet, as 
effectively as possible, the challenges of our day. 

Respectfully submitted, Mrs. Ruby Young 

26. Attention was called to the report on Homes for the Aging prepared 
by Swan Elliott. Representing Mr. William Poole, was Rev. R. Roster , asso- 
ciational Missionary in Haywood, speaking to the report. Report was adopted. 

BAPTIST HOMES FOR THE AGING REPORT 

Your North Carolina Baptist Homes for the Aging have been on the move 
during the past year. 

In these Homes we have an eternal investment and can rejoice in the lov- 
ing care which you are making possible for our older people. 

Two sources of income from the churches are increasingly vital in the 
support of our residents - The Special Day offering, received on the 3rd 
Sunday of February each year, and our share of the Cooperative Program. 

The Special Day Offering for 1967 is at an all-time high and has in- 
creased by 10% over last year. 

We wish to thank all of our Baptist people across the State who are en- 
abling us to minister to the aging in Christ's Name, and we want all of you 
to know that each of your five Homes exists for the people from all over our 
great State whose vision and concern for mankind have included the aging in 
answering the Master's call in the service of the Lord. 

Respectfully submitted, Swann Elliott 

27. The Baptist Hospital Report prepared by Bruce Byrant was accepted 
as information, speaking to this report was Dr. W. K. McGee, Director 
Denominations Relations at Baptist Hospital. 

BAPTIST HOSPITAL REPORT 

"Inasmuch as ye have done it unto one of the least of these my brethern, 
ye have done it unto me. " 

In the year of 1966 Macon Baptist Association churches gave 100% and 
was the first association in North Carolina to do so. The total amount given 
by the churches in 1966 was $2,728.60. Thus far this year we have surpassed 
this record by giving the amount of $3, 083. 54. We still lack three churches 
now going 100%, and we are sure that they will make it our goal. Many thanks 
to you the churches and the pastors and leaders for your fine spirit of co- 
operation. 

Respectfully submitted, Bruce Bryant 

28. Annuity Board report by Rev. Charles Dellinger was received as 
information. Speaking to this report was Guy S. Cain, State Convention 
Speaker. 

ANNUITY BOARD REPORT 

In 1966, more than $4, 256. 244 was paid in age retirement, disability or 
widow benefits to persons who participated in the Protection Program. The 
checks vary in amounts, depending on the length of service and the amount of 
dues paid into the Program by the member. 

The cost of living continues to climb. A retirement program based on 
$4, 000 salary is no longer adequate to meet the needs of a minister when he 
retires. There seems to be no hope of aleveling off of the inflationary trends. 
Because of this, the new Protection Program was started so churches could 
help their pastors increase their retirement protection. Now a church may- 
participate on the total salary of its pastor or other employees. Ten per cent 
dues on total salary are recommended as a minimum. 

Respectfully submitted, Rev. Charles M. Dellinger 
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29. The Moderator appointed Nominating Committee to serve coming year 
as follows: Rev. Cecil Frady, Chairman; Tom Rickman, Rev. Jud Duvall, 
Sam Sanders, Rev. Ernie Sanders. 

30. Visitors were recognized by moderator at this time. 

31. Rev. Howard Willis led in singing "Work for the Night is Coming". 

32. Time having come for Doctrinal Message, the moderator presented 
Rev. Earl Dendy, Host Pastor, who read as scripture Acts 2:15, Luke 24:49 
as text, and led in prayer. His points were: (1) Power of Holy Spirit, 

(2) Work (3) Teach. 

33. Rev. Mack Reed ask the benediction on the morning service and 
blessing for the noon day meal. Adjournment 11:50 a.m. 

FRIDAY AFTERNOON - SEPTEMBER 8 

Prelude by Mrs. Frank Phillips on the piano. 

34. Rev. Mack Reed was recognized who read scripture passage 
I Corinthians 1:1, and led in prayer. 

35. Rev. Earl Dendy called attention to Nominating Committee Report, 
see directory of the association. Amendment to this report, delete John 
Willis from Missions Committee and submit Rev. J. W. Myers, and relieve 
John Willis on Evangelism and submit Jess Cunningham. Howard Willis 
made motion to accept officers, seconded by Alton Dendy. Motion carried. 

36. Rev. Howard Willis moved the adoption of Place and Preachers 
Committee Report. Report adopted. 

PLACE AND PREACHER REPORT 

The night session of the Annual Associational Meeting will be held in 
1968 with East Franklin Baptist Church and the Day Session with Pleasant 
Hill Baptist Church. Rev. J. W.Myers will deliver the Annual Sermon and 
the Rev. Ernie Sanders will deliver the Doctrinal Sermon. 

Respectfully submitted: Program and Place Committee; 
Moderator, Vice Moderator, Mrs. Ed Brogden, Mrs. 
John Campbell, and Field Worker 

Miscellaneous Business 

37. Motion made by John Willis to give Chairman Evangelism authority 
to set up service once a month as continuation of Associational Revival and 
use local preachers. Sam Sanders seconded this motion. Motion carried. 

Ministering through education. 

38. Jerry Harthcock, Director Fruitland Baptist Institute spoke at this 
time. 

39. In absence of Roy Smith, Howard Willis spoke to the Seminary Ex- 
tension Report and moved its adoption. Report adopted. 

SEMINARY EXTENSION REPORT 

This past year was our best year in Seminary Extension work in the 
Macon Baptist Association. There were three centers in operation in the 
association this past year. The Franklin Center operated with an enrollment 
of twenty-one. The Highlands Center operated with an enrollment of ten. 
The Nantahala Center, a new endeavor just organized this past year, operated 
with an enrollment of seventy-two. 

We are grateful for each person who had a part in this fellowship of study 
and learning. 

Respectfully submitted, Rev. Roy J. Smith 

40. Truett Camp Report was accepted as information, prepared by 
Larry Bryson. 

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TRUETT CAMP REPORT 

The 1967 camping season for the George Truett Camp was a year of 
highlights. 

Many churches have responded very favorably with financial support for 
the camp. The Camp Committee is asking each church in Region 10 to con- 
tribute at least $35. 00 per year for the next three or four years for the cost 
of construction for 1968 and other long range plans for the camp, of which you 
will hear more about later. 

During the camping season we had 36 professions of faith, numerous 
rededications, and 20 dedicating themselves for a church related vocation. 

It is said an army is as good as its leader. 

The George W. Truett Camp is for Region Ten. It is to provide training 
for our young people and children. The success or failure will depend on the 
support of each church and individual within the Region. Will you join in this 
ministry as we seek to prepare our own for the future. 

Respectfully submitted, Larry Bryson, Supervisor 

41. Howard Willis moved the adoption of Christian Education Report and 
recognized Rev. Clontz, Chaplain to Baptist Student Union at Western Carolina 
University, who spoke at this time. Report adopted. 

CHRISTIAN HIGHER EDUCATION REPORT 

The Baptist State Convention of North Carolina supports a unique program 
of Christian Higher Education. There are three senior colleges: Buie's 
Creek; Mars Hill, Meredith, and Wake Forest University. 

The Baptist' colleges in North Carolina continue to be grateful to the Co- 
operative Program and its vital financial support. 

Respectfully submitted, Howard Willis 

42. The Sunday School report prepared by Preaulo Crawford was accepted 
as information. 

SUNDAY SCHOOL REPORT 

The Sunday School has been assigned the great and important task, and 
privilege of teaching the Bible, reaching the unreached, and leading all 
church members to worship, witness, learn, and minister daily. 

Our Sunday School enrollment in Macon Association has continued to de- 
cline for the past several years, and this should be alarming to the churches. 
We have no better avenue of promoting and witnessing for Christ than through 
Sunday School. There is a place of service for every Christian. 

In the coming year we hope that every Christian will put forth a more dedi- 
cated effort to find their place of service and carry out the will of Christ for 
each life. Through service we attain "unto the measure of the stature of the 
fullness of Christ". (Eph. 4:13). 

Respectfully submitted, Preaulo Crawford 

43. Training Union Report was accepted as information prepared by 
Marshall Fouts. 

TRAINING UNION REPORT 

According to the records of 1966, we only have 22 churches that have 
organized Training Unions. These churches have an enrollment of about 
271. Training Union is a program of training, and there is a great need in 
most of our churches of better trained leaders. It has been said in the past 
few years that the reason there is a decline in men entering the ministry, is 
due to lack of training. It has further been proved that a large number of men 

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now in the ministry, have been those -who came out of a church with a train- 
ing program. 

Every church needs a Training Union and we stand ready to help you get 
one started in your church. 

Respectfully submitted, Marshall Fouts, Director 

44. Vacation Bible School Report was adopted, speaking to this report 
was Howard Willis. 

VACATION BIBLE SCHOOL REPORT 

The goal this year was for 35 Church schools and one negro school. As 
to date there has been reports from 22 church schools and one negro school 
with 32 professions of faith. These reports are far short of the goal with 48 
churches in Macon Association, in fact this is less than half. A thought that 
should stir the heart of God's people all over Macon association and should 
challenge all to greater enthusiasm and service in the vital ministry of 
Vacation Bible School. 

The challenge is before us, we cannot afford to fail the boys and girls 
of our day. We cannot let them grow up unto themselves or by themselves. 
We must help them. We must guide them. We must pray for them. We must 
win them to our Lord Jesus Christ. 

Respectfully submitted, Mrs.,Mack Neely 

The W.M.U. Report was accepted as information. 

W.M.U. REPORT 

The combined efforts of the women of our association during the past 
year has brought many blessings to the work of missions in our county. We 
are deeply grateful for the privilege God has given us to promote His work 
through Woman's Missionary Union. 

We now have ten churches with Missionary Societies, two with YWA's, 
six with G. A. 's and five with Sunbeam Bands. We have thirty-seven organiza- 
tions with 438 enrolled. Of these we had three honor groups, six advanced 
groups, and two approved groups. 

As we review last years work, we look to the future with great enthusiam 
and faith for a better year as we continue His work. 

Respectfully submitted, Mrs. J. C. Jacobs, WMU Pres. 

46. Sam Sanders presented the Brotherhood Report and moved its 
adoption, seconded by Jud Duvall. Report adopted. 

BROTHERHOOD REPORT 

If we are Missionary Baptist our 48 churches in our association should 
be doing great mission work. We hope leaders will be selected by the churches 
this year, that can by the help of God and other men do greater mission work 
at home and abroad, in churches small and great. 

Our desire and prayer is that we may have more men, young men, and 
boys in our Master's work this year. Organize a Brotherhood, get the men 
and boys at work in your church. If we can help you then we are ready. 
Respectfully submitted, Sam Saunders, President 

47. Rev. J. W. Myers read as scripture passage Romans 10:1 and led in 
prayer. 

48. Our Beloved Dead. Rev. Cecil Frady read the names of the obituary 
report. The congregation bowed heads in silent prayer as Rev. Frady closed 
the prayer in thankfulness for their lives. 

(continued) 
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IN MEMORIAM 



BLACK MOUNTAIN: 

Rev. James Rogers 

BRAIRTOWN: 

Mr. Terry Cochran 

Mrs. Irene Roper Morgan 

Mr. Edgar Owenby 



HORSE COVE: 

Mr. Emory Day 

IOTLA: 

Mrs. Ruby Webb 
Mr. Joe Jackson 
Mr. Jerry Fouts 



BUCK CREEK: 

Mrs. George Tilson 
Mr. Charles Barnes 
Mr. Ray Tilson 

CALVARY: 

Mrs. Sarah Brown 

CARTOOGECHAYE: 
Mr. Glen Beck 
Mr. Alex Hopkins 
Mr. Doyle Dalrymple 



LIBERTY: 

Mrs. Artie Shepherd 

LONGVIEW: 

Mrs.W. T. Cloer 

MOUNT HOPE: 

Mrs. Florence Angel 

MOUNTAIN GROVE: 

Mr. Jyman Corbin 
Mr. Edd Blackburn 



COWEE: 

Mr. John Brendle 
Mr. E.G. Houston 
Mrs. Perry Mashburn 

ELLIJAY: 

Mrs. Louise Rogers 

FLATS: 

Mrs. Ethel Holt 

FRANKLIN, EAST: 

Mrs. Lexie Gregory 

FRANKLIN, FIRST: 

Mr. Wade Cunningham 
Mr. E. J. Carpenter 
Mrs. Lyman Higdon 

FRANKLIN, WEST: 

Mr. Thomas Collier 



NANTAHALA #2: 

Mr. Harley Rowland 

NEWMAN'S CHAPEL: 
Mr. Tom Justice 
Mr. Joe Beasley 

OAK DALE: 

Mr. Lawrence Cochran 

OAK GROVE: 

Mrs. Tava McGaha Fouts 
Mr. Dock Hall (Deacon) 
Mr. Howard Bradley 
Mr. Harley Browning 
Mr. Glen West 

PINE GROVE: 

Mrs.Rosella Moss 

Mr. Luddie Jones, Deacon 

Mrs. David Hughes 



GOLD MINE: 

Mr. Edward McClure 
Mr. Sherman McCoy 
Mrs. Nellie Keener 

HIGDONVILLE: 

Mr. W.R. Higdon 

HOLLY SPRINGS: 

Mrs.Marjorie Ammons 

Mr. John Justice 

Mr. John Dean 

Mr. Lawrence Potts 



(continued) 
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PLEASANT HILL: 

Mrs. C. A. Chambers 

RIDGECREST: 

Mrs. Stella Mashburn 
Mrs. Sue Smith 
Mr. A. W.Reid 

SUGAR FORK: 

Mr. Charles Henderson 

WATAUGA: 

Mrs. Selma Kinsland 
Mrs. Joe Brendle 
Mrs. Eva Dillard 



WINDY GAP: HIGHLANDS: 

Mrs. Alice Smith Mr. Arthur Rogers, Jr. 

Mrs. Laura Nelson 

49. Mrs. Jeter Hidgon presented the report of the Resolutions Committee 
and moved the adoption of this report. Report adopted. 

IN APPRECIATION 

We are grateful for this privilege to express appreciation to all who have 
made this sixty-fourth session of the Macon Association a memorable one. 
Many are due a great deal of gratitude. A big "thank you" goes to our modera- 
tor, J.C.Jacobs and to his efficient staff of officers for their consecrated 
leadership of the past year and for their dedicated work in the preparation and 
developing of the program. To our field worker, may we say we are thankful 
for your decision to continue the good work you have so ably proven by your 
past services. And to our faithful pastors we give due credit for the progress 
made by the churches in the past year. To the pastors and their members of 
the Watauga and Wells Grove Churches we are genuinely grateful to you who 
so generously took the time and effort to make your buildings convenient for 
our comfort and enjoyment and for the delicious meal that was enjoyed by all. 

There is thrill and excitment in Associational Meetings. There is ex- 
pectancy and gratitude that we anticipate from the close of one session to the 
opening of the next. We are deeply rewarded by the worship, inspiration, and 
fellowship we experience together. The guest speakers contribute no small 
part to the highlights of our program. We thank God for the fresh challenge 
brought to our hearts by their messages. 

It is fitting that the theme of our program "Ministering" has been em- 
phasized so often in the reports and messages. As we face the opportunities 
and responsibilities of the new-year, we are pressing forward in the glad 
realization that His Grace is sufficient for us as we minister in His name. 
Respectfully submitted, Mrs. Jeter Hidgon, Rev. and Mrs. 

Wiley Gibson 

50. The Historical Report was accepted as information. 

HISTORICAL REPORT 

The command of Christ obligates every member to witness for Him in 
Macon Association and unto the uttermost parts of the earth. No individual 
can escape that command. Has our witness met these demands? 

What outstanding things God has done for His people in our association 
during the past year. The first disciples gathered the people together and 
reported all they did. We shall try to make a brief report of some of the 
spiritual blessings that has been ours. 

Forty-seven churches have been on the move in the past year, preparing 
for a more conducive atmosphere for worship. Ground improvements at 
Cartoogechaye; New furniture at Longview} new furniture at Ridgecrest; 
new furniture at Ellijay; rest rooms at Pine Grove; heating system at Calvary; 
heating system at Brairtown; furniture at White Oak Flats; outside of church 
bricked at Liberty; pulpit furniture and Sunday School rooms repaired at Oak 
Grove; Sunday School rooms carpeted and new pulpit furniture at Iotla; new 
pulpit furniture at Burningtown; Oak Dale remodeled outside of church; Black 
Mountain, tiled floors; Newman's Chapel, new choir room and lights on park- 
ing area; Holly Springs, new church furniture and driveway graveled. 

Preaulo Crawford and Dan Stiles of the Mount Hope Church were ordained 
to the ministry. Also Frank Garner was ordained at East Franklin Church. 

(continued) 
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Macon Baptist Association was the first association in the State of North 
Carolina to go 100 per cent in the Mother's Day Offering. 

Sugar Fork's gifts to the Baptist Hospital was second highest in Contri- 
butions; with Franklin First leading. 

The intermediate class of the Mount Hope church donated a nice bookcase 
to the Association during Vacation Bible School. 

The Billy Graham was a great success with over 4, 000 viewing the film, 
and about 540 decisions for Christ. 

Respectfully submitted, Mrs. I. T. Peek 

51. The closing Inspirational message was brought by Rev. John R.Willis, 
pastor, Mount Hope Baptist Church. He led in singing "The Unclouded Day". 
His subject, "Stand in the Gap make Up The Hedge", he read as a scripture 
Ezekiel 22:23-31. Points (1) Religious leaders; (2) Political leaders; (3) 
Prophets. 

52. Installation of officers by John R.Willis. He called on Jerry 
Harthcock, Director at Fruitland, to lead in prayer of dedication. 

53. The Macon Baptist Association adjourned its final session of the 
Sixty-Fourth Annual meeting of the body at 3:00 p. m. 

Benediction by Rev. Jud Duvall. 

J. C. Jacobs, Moderator 
Mrs. Cecil Frady, Clerk 



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Fred Fox, Rt. 5, Franklin 28734 
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George H. Roper, Rt. 3, Franklin 28734 
Miss Gaye Phillips, Rt. 3, Franklin 28734 
Andrew Gregory, Rt. 5, Franklin 28734 


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Fay Wood, Topton 28781 
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George H. Roper, Rt. 3, Franklin 28734 


John Clark, 29 Lake Emory Rd. , Franklin 
Mrs. Blanche Owens, Rt. 4, Franklin 287 
Elizabeth Williamson 
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Mrs. Frank Sellers, Rt. 4, Franklin 2873 

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Harris Elmore, Highlands 28741 

Marie Jennings, Baird Cove Rd. , Franklin 


Mrs. Alvin Smith, Rt. 3, Franklin 28734 
Oscar Carpenter, Rt. 2, Franklin 28734 
Troy Passmore, Star Rt. , Box 328, Topto 
Everett J. Mashburn, Rt. 5, Box 319, Fra 


Ernest Brendle, Rt. 4, Franklin 28734 
Kenneth Mashburn, Rt. 5, Franklin 28734 
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HISTORICAL RECORD 
North Carolina, Macon County Baptist Association 
Organized in 1904 



Year Church 



Moderator 



Clerk Preached Sermon 

H. D. Dean J.A.Brendel 

H.D. Dean J.W.Watson 

H.D.Dean W.L.Bradley 

H. D. Dean A . S. Solesby 

H.D.Dean J. R. Pendergrass 

H.D.Dean T.C.King 

H.D.Dean W.L.Bradley 

A. C. Hurst .T.J.Vinson 

A. C. Hurst R.P.McCracken 

Robert Ramsey F.M.Morgan 

Robert Ramsey B.S.West 

J. M. Carpenter W. T. Potts 

J. M. Carpenter R. T.Vann 

J. M. Carpenter A. S. Solesby 

J. M. Carpenter W.L.Bradley 

J. M. Carpenter J.C.Owens 

J. M. Carpenter A. S. Solesby 

J. M. Carpenter J. A. Bryson 

Robert Ramsey D. C. McCoy 

Robert Ramsey W. L. Bradley 

Robert Ramsey G.A.Cloer 

J. M. Carpenter J. L. Kinsland 

T . C . Bryson W . R. Rickman 

J. M. Carpenter E.N.Gardner 

J. M. Carpenter W.M.Lee 

J. M. Carpenter W.M.Lee 

R.M.Ledford W. E. Abernathy 

R.M. Ledford J. A. McMillian 

R.M.Ledford E.R. Eller 

R.M.Ledford J. F. Burrell 

R.M.Ledford E.R. Eller 

R.M.Ledford W.L.Bradley 

R.M.Ledford W. R. Rickman 

R.M.Ledford R. F. Mayberry 

R.M.Ledford C.F.Rogers 

R.M.Ledford J. G. Benfield 

R.M.Ledford M.A.Love 

R.M.Ledford R.W.Williams 

R.M.Ledford J. A . McMillian 

R.M.Ledford G.A.Cloer 

S.J.Smith T.N.Carter 

S.J.Smith J.C.Scruggs 

S.J.Smith J.F.Marchman 

Mrs. C. C.Welch J.I.Vinson 

Mrs. C. C.Welch H. E. Marchman 

Verlon Swafford C.E.Parker 

Verlon Swafford Paul Nix 

Mrs. Pearl Corbin E.N. Holden 

Mrs. Pearl Corbin M.W. Chapman 

W.L.Sorrells 

Clyde Drake John Corbitt 

C.T.Taylor 

A rvil Taylor 

Vernon Higdon Frank Reed 

Vernon Higdon 

John Buell 

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1904 Franklin 

1905 Sugarfork 

1906 Briartown 

1907 Cartoogechaye 



T. C. Bryson 
J. W. Kesterson 
W. Bradley 
T. C. Bryson 



1908 Coweeta T. C. Bryson 

1909 Burningtown T. C. Bryson 

1910 Watauga F.Morgan 

1911 Liberty T.C. Bryson 

1912 Pine Grove H.D.Dean 

1913 Oak Grove H.D.Dean 

1914 Iotla H.D.Dean 

1915 Pleasant Hill H.D.Dean 

1916 Mount Hope H.D.Dean 

1917 Cowee H.D.Dean 

1918 Prentiss H.D.Dean 

1919 Sugar Fork J.C.Owens 

1920 Holly Springs J.C.Owens 

1921 Burningtown J. A. Bryson 

1922 Franklin R.P.McCracken 

1923 Nanahala H.D.Dean 

1924 Watauga H.D.Dean 

1925 Tellico H.D.Dean 

1926 Iotla H.D.Dean 

1927 Holly Springs H.D.Dean 

1928 Cowee H.D.Dean 

1929 Ridge Crest W.M.Lee 

1930 Sugarfork A. S. Solesby 

1931 Pleasant Hill A. S. Solesby 

1932 Pine Grove A. S. Solesby 

1933 Briartown A. S. Solesby 

1934 Franklin A. S. Solesby 

1935 Oak Grove A. S. Solesby 

1936 Rainbow Springs J. E. Rickman 

1937 Coweeta J. E. Rickman 

1938 Cartoogechaye J. E. Rickman 

1939 Clear Creek J. E.Riickman 

1940 Ellijay J. E. Rickman 

1941 Newman Chapel J. E. Rickman 

1942 Burningtown C.C.Welch 

1943 Watauga C.C.Welch 

1944 Goldmine J.H.Stockton 

1945 Holly Springs J.H.Stockton 

1946 Mount Hope J.H.Stockton 

1947 Cowee J.H.Stockton 

1948 Highlands J.H.Stockton 

1949 Ridge Crest J.H.Stockton 

1950 Sugarfork J.H.Stockton. 

1951 Franklin J.H.Stockton 
Watauga 

1952 Oak Grove H. H. Stocktor 
Iotla 

1953 Newman's Chapel W.L.Sorrells 
Tellico 

1954 Longview M.W. Chapman 
Ellijay 



HISTORICAL REOCRD (continued): 



Year Church Moderator 

1955 Higdonville M.W. Chapman 
Mt.Hope • 

1956 Burningtown 

Iotla M.W. Chapman 

1957 Watauga M.C.Wyatt 
Ridge Crest 

1958 Liberty L. Eugene Walter 

Wells Grove 

Prentiss 

1959 Wells Grove J.C.Jacobs 
Holly Springs 

1960 Franklin J.C.Jacobs 
Ridge Crest 

1961 Pine Grove W.A.Cloer 
Iotla 

1962 Sugar Fork W.A.Cloer 
Coweeta W.A.Cloer 

1963 Gold Mine M. I. Brock 
Highlands M. I. Brock 

1964 Windy Gap M. I. Brock 
West Franklin M. I. Brock 

1965 Cartoogechaye Robert L. Clark 
Ridge Crest Robert L. Clark 

1966 Oak Grove Fred Corbin 
Ellijay Fred Corbin 

1967 Watauga J.C.Jacobs 
Wells Grove 



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ecil Frady 
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L. Eugene Walter 

W.A.Cloer 

Clyde Rhinehart 

Doyle Miller 

Lee Crawford 
R. R. Standley 
J.H. Propst, Jr. 
L. A. Howard 
Thad R. Dowdle 
Clyde W.Collins 
Paul M. Sorrells 
Judson Hall 
Otto Parham 
Robert L. Clark 
R. C. Bailey 
Carl E. Sizemore 
L. C. Pinnix 
Gene Southard 
Guy Duvall 
Clyde Collins 
Cecil Frady 
Bill Shields 
Earl Dendy 



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MACON 



BAPTIST ASSOCIATION 



NORTH CAROLINA 




1968 



SIXTY-FIFTH ANNUAL SESSION 
OF THE 

MACON 
BAPTIST ASSOCIATION 

NORTH CAROLINA 
1968 

HELD WITH 

EAST FRANKLIN BAPTIST CHURCH 
(Night Session) 
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PLEASANT HILL BAPTIST CHURCH 
(Day Session) 

SEPTEMBER 5 - 6, 1968 
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The Next Annual Night Session of the Association will 
be held with' the MASHBURN BRANCH and the day session 
with the MOUNT HOPE BAPTIST CHURCHES on September 
4 - 5, 1969. 



Moderator J.C.Jacobs 

Clerk Charles Dellinger 



CONTENTS 



ASSOCIATIONAL DIRECTORY 3-4 

BY-LAWS ■- 6-9 

CONSTITUTION 5-- 6 

PROCEEDINGS 11 - 28 

PROGRAM 9-10 

STANDING COMMITTEES 4 

REPORTS: 

Annuity Board 21 

Baptist Foundation 19 

Baptist Hospital 20 

Baptist Literature 14 

Brotherhood 24 

Budget 17 

Children's Home 19 

Christian Education 21 

Cooperative Program 18 

Evangelism 18 

Executive Committee 14 - 15 

Girls Auxiliary 25 

Historical 27 

Home for the Aging 19 - 20 

In Appreciation 26 

In Memoriam 22 - 23 

Missionaries 13 

Missions - Associational, State, Home and Foreign 12 - 13 

Place and Preacher Committee 23 

Seminary Extension 23 - 24 

Sunday School 26 

Training Union 25 

Treasurer's 15 - 16 

Truett Camp 11 

Vacation Bible School 24 

Woman's Missionary Union 24 - 25 

TABLES: 

Historical 47 - 48 

Statistical 30 - 46 



Associafional Directory 



Moderator Mr. J.C. Jacobs, Franklin 

Vice-Moderator Rev. Earl Dendy, R-l, Highlands 

Clerk Rev. Charles M. Dellmger, R-5, Franklin 

Treasurer Mrs. Louise Holden, R-4, Franklin 

Historian Miss May McCoy, Franklin 

Chairman of the Executive Com. -Moderator 

SUNDAY SCHOOL OFFICERS 



Sunday School: 

1. Superintendent- Roger Seay 

2. Associate Supt. Howard Plemmons 

3. Secretary Mrs. Howard Teem 

4. Pianist '-Miss Sandra Hall 

5. Choirster Jack Powell 

6. Supt. of Training Guy Du vail 

7. Supt. of Evangelism Cecil Frady 

8. Supt. of Extension Miss Ester Seay 

9. Supt. of Vacation Bible 

School Mrs. Mary Powell 

Department Leaders: 

1. Adults -Rev. John R. Willis 

2. Young People's Charles M. Dellinger 

3. Intermediate ■ Steve Stiles 

4. Junior Marshall Fouts 

5. Primary Mrs. M.I. Brock 

6. Beginner Mrs. Wiley Gibson 

7. Nursery Mrs. Branson Barrett 

8. Cradle Roll Mrs. Charles Pickens 

9. Supt. of Bible Sch. Work- Mrs. Mary Powell 

TRAINING UNION OFFICERS 

Director Sam Saunders 

Associate Director Don Ledford 

Secretary Miss Mamie Lee Murray 

Choirster Jack Powell 

Pastor Advisor Rev. Judson Duvall 

Adult Leader J. B. Lenoir 

Young People's Leader Mrs. Sandra Duvall 

Intermediate Leader Rev. Alton Dendy 

Junior Leader Mrs. Frank Garner 

Primary Leader Miss Ann Angel 

Beginner Leader Mrs. Paul Mason 

Nursery Leader Mrs. Eugene Southards 

WMU OFFICERS 

Director-- Mrs. Mack Neely 

Associate Director Mrs. M.I, Brock 

Secretary & Treasurer 7 Mrs. Roy Rickman 

Corresponding Secretary Mrs. Sandra Duvall 

WMS Director Mrs. Furman Shook 

YWA Director - Mrs. E. W. Fisher 

GA Director Mrs. D. A. Rhodes 

Sunbeam Director Mrs. John Johnson 

Social Director Mrs. Edd Brogden (continued) 

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Activity Chairman Mrs. Clifford Dalrymple 

Study Chairman Mrs. Cecil Frady 

BROTHERHOOD OFFICERS 

President Mr. Gus Baldwin 

Vice President Swann Elliott 

Secretary Charles Pickens 

Adult Men's Leader Paul Swafford 

Young Men's Leader Sam Saunders 

RA Leader Gardner Holden 

Field Worker -Rev. Howard Willis 

STANDING COMMITTEES 



NOMINATION COMMITTEE: Rev. M.I. Brock, Chairman; Rev. J. R. Willis, 
Rev. Claude Ledford, Charles Pickens, John Johnson. 

MISSIONS COMMITTEE: Rev. J. W. Myers, Rev. Ernie Sanders, Rev. Cecil 
Frady, Rev. Wiley Gibson, Jim Williamson, Eugene Pickens and Fred 
Stiles. 

COMMITTEE ON EVANGELISM: Rev. J. S. Cunningham, Rev. Judson Duvall 
and Rev. W. K. Shields. 

COMMITTEE ON ORDINATION: Dr. W. Thomas Lane, Rev. Alton Dendy, 
Rev. Cecil Frady, W.N. Dalrymple and Cliff Cook. 

COMMITTEE ON PASTORLESS CHURCHES: Missions Committee 

RESOLUTIONS COMMITTEE: Mrs. Jeter Higdon and Mrs. Charles Pickens 

MUSIC COMMITTEE: Mr. Jack Powell, Dir (Director selects others). 

CALENDAR OF ACTIVITIES: Moderator, Vice Moderator, Clerk, Field- 
worker, SS Superintendent, TU Director, WMU President, Brotherhood 
President. 

SEMINARY EXTENSION COMMITTEE: Dr. Thomas Lane, M.I. Brock, 
Hyldah Shepherd 

TRUSTEES: Arvil Parker, Gene Southards, and Merritt Fouts. 

PROGRAM AND PLACE COMMITTEE: Moderator, Vice Moderator, Field- 
worker, Sam Saunders and Earl Justice. 

COMMITTEE ON DENOMINATIONAL AGENCIES: 

Children's Home Mrs. Ruby Young, Franklin 

Baptist Hospital Mr. Bruce Bryant, Franklin 

Baptist Homes for the Aging- Mr. Swann Elliott, Franklin 
Christian Higher Education-- Mr. Jack Powell 

Biblical Recorder Missionary 

Cooperative Program Mr. Paul Swafford, Franklin 

Foreign Missions Mrs. Roy Kinsland, Franklin 

State Missions Mr. Fred Stiles, Franklin 

Home Missions Mr. George H. Roper, Franklin 

Minister's Retirement Rev. Charles M. Dellinger, Franklin 

Assoc. SS Supt. Mr. Roger Seay, Franklin 

Assoc. TU Dir. Mr. Sam Saunders, Franklin 

Assoc. Music Dir. Mr. Jack Powell, Franklin 

Assoc. WMUPres.-- Mrs. Mack Neely, Franklin 

Assoc. Field-worker-- Rev. Howard Willis, Franklin 



CONSTITUTION 

As Amended from Time to Time 

ARTICLE I - Name 

This Association shall be known as the Macon Baptist Association. 

ARTICLE II - Object 

The object of this Association shall be: 

1. To cultivate a friendly union among the churches for their mutual 
benefit. 

2. To cooperate with the Baptist State Convention and Southern Baptist 
Convention in the promotion of the causes of Associational Missions, State 
Missions, Home Missions, Foreign Missions, and such other objects as these 
conventions may foster. 

ARTICLE III - Membership 

Section 1. This Association shall be composed of regularly constituted 
Baptist Churches in Macon County who shall be represented at its regular or 
special meetings by duly elected messengers. 

Section 2. This Association shall have the right to determine what churches 
shall be admitted to its union, and to withdraw fellowship from any, for not 
complying with its rules or with the Articles of its Constitution and By-Laws, 
or for violating orthodox principles as set forth and believed by Southern 
Baptists. 

Section 3. Any church desiring membership in the Association will 
present its request at any regular annual meeting. The request will be re- 
ferred to a Credential Committee appointed by the Association, which com- 
mittee, will examine the church's articles of faith, covenant, form of organi- 
zation and such other matters as deemed necessary. Upon favorable report 
of the committee at the next annual meeting of the Association, the church 
may be received into fellowship by a two-thirds majority vote of the messen- 
gers present. 

Section 4. It shall be a duty of each church to furnish the Association each 
year a letter, on a form provided by the clerk, giving full information and 
statistics provided for on the form; and to send with the letter or by a mes- 
senger a contribution toward the cost of printing the minutes of the Association. 
This letter and accompanying money to cover cost of minutes requested shall 
be in the clerk's hands thirty (30) days prior to annual meeting. 

ARTICLE IV - Meetings 

Section 1. The Association shall meet annually on Thursday evening and 
Friday following the first Sunday in September. The associational year shall 
begin September 1, and close on August 31. 

Section 2. The business of the Association shall be transacted by the 
pastors of the several churches, and two messengers from each church, to- 
gether with one additional messenger for every fifty members or fraction 
thereof above the first fifty, with no church having more than fifteen messen- 
gers. 

Section 3. This Association shall be governed in its meetings by such 
rules as may be adopted, amended or set aside by a majority vote of the 
messengers present. "Roberts' Rules of Order" will be the guide in all 
parliamentary matters. 



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ARTICLE V - Officers and Committees 

Section 1. The officers of this Association shall be Moderator, Vice- 
Moderator, Clerk-, Treasurer, Historian, and three trustees. 

Section 2. The standing Committees of this Association shall be the 
Executive Committee, the Missions Committee, the Nominating Committee, 
Credential and Ordination Committee, Evangelism Committee, Program and 
Place Committee, and such other committees as the body may direct. The 
Moderator and Associational Missionary shall be Ex-Officio members of all 
standing Committees. 

ARTICLE VI - Associational Missionary 

Section 1. The Association shall employ an Associational Missionary 
whose duties are described as follows: 

(a) Work with and under the general supervision of the Missions Com- 
mittee of the Association in maintaining and directing the Associational Pro- 
gram of Missions. 

(b) Give guidance, counsel, and assistance whenever possible, and/or 
as needed to associational officers, organizations, and committees. 

(c) Share and distribute information concerning plans and activities of 
the N. C. Baptist Convention and the Southern Baptist Convention as they re- 
late to the work and program of the churches. 

(d) Make himself available to each church and pastor, as his schedule 
permits, for any service he might render, such as preaching, teaching and 
counseling. 

(e) Administer or execute any other activities that the Association shall 
direct. 

Section 2. The Associational Missionary shall be called for an indefinite 
term to serve until the relationship is disolved at the request of eigher the 
Missionary or the Association. In either case, at least sixty days notice 
shall be given of termination of the relationship, unless otherwise mututally 
agreed, with both the Missionary and the Association seeking to follow the 
will of God and the leading of the Holy Spirit. 

Section 3. The missionary shall be provided with such salary and ex- 
penses as the Missions Committee shall recommend with the approval of the 
Association. 

ARTICLE VII - Amendments 

This Constitution and By-Laws may be amended at any regular annual 
meeting by a two-thirds majority vote of the messengers present, provided 
the proposed amendment shall have been presented in written form on the 
first day of the annual meeting. The vote on any proposed amendment so 
presented may be deferred until the second day if requested by a majority 
vote of the messengers present. 

BY-LAWS 

A'RTICLE I - Election of Officers 

All general officers of this Association shall be elected at each annual 
meeting upon the recommendation of the Nominating Committee. The terms 
of office to begin at the conclusion of the annual meeting and to continue until 
the close of the next annual meeting. Any vacancies occurring in the interim 
shall be filled by the Executive Committee. 



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ARTICLE II - Duties of Officers 

Section 1. THE MODERATOR: The Moderator shall preside over the 
meetings of the Association and discharge such duties as are incumbent on the 
presiding officers of a deliberative body and shall also serve as chairman of 
the Executive Committee. He shall serve not more than two years consecu- 
tively. He shall appoint during the first session committees to report at the 
Annual Associational Meeting. These committees are: Resolutions and any 
other committees. 

Section 2. THE VICE-MODERATOR: The Vice-Moderator shall perform 
the duties of the Moderator in the absence of or at the request of the Modera- 
tor. 

Section 3. THE CLERK: The Clerk shall record and preserve the pro- 
ceedings of the Association and have the same printed and distributed subject 
to the approval of the Moderator and Treasurer. 

Section 4. THE TREASURER: The Treasurer shall preserve all monies 
paid into the body and pay the same upon the instruction of the Association, or 
Missions Committee. He shall make a quarterly report to the Executive Com- 
mittee and an annual report to the Association. 

Section 5. THE HISTORIAN: The Historian shall record and keep a 
record of such items as would be of interest to a future historian, in a book 
kept for that purpose. He shall keep a file of the Associational minutes. 

Section 6. THE TRUSTEES: The Trustees shall be three in number and 
shall hold title to all properties owned by the Association. No conveyance or 
deed-of-trust shall be executed affecting the title of said property except upon 
the instructions of the annual meeting of the Association or the Executive 
Committee. The Trustees shall serve terms of three years with one-third 
elected each year. 

ARTICLE III - The Executive Committee 

Section 1. The Executive Committee shall be composed of the officers 
of the Association, the pastors of the churches of the Association, and one lay 
member from each church. 

Section 2. The lay members shall be elected by the Church and reported 
to the Association on the Annual Associational Letter. The officers of the 
Association, heads of Associational Organizations and pastors are automatic- 
ally on the committee by virtue of the places of leadership they hold in the 
Association. 

Section 3. Duties of the Executive Committee: 

(a) To meet quarterly and upon call of the chairman. 

(b) To act for and on behalf of the Association between sessions. 

(c) To fill vacancies which may occur during the year in the person- 
nel of the Associational Officers or workers for the remainder of such unex- 
pired terms. 

(d) To make suCh recommendations as it may deem wise for the 
strengthening and upbuilding of the churches and the work of the Association. 

ARTICLE IV - The Missions Committee 

Section 1. The Missions Committee shall be composed of four pastors 
and three laymen nominated by the Nominating Committee. The pastors shall 
be elected for a term of two years with one-half the number being elected 
each year. The laymen shall be elected for a term of three years with one- 
third of the number being elected each year. The committee shall elect its 
chairman and secretary each year. 

Section 2. Duties of the Missions Committee: To lead in our Associational 
Missions Program through: 

(a) General supervision and guidance of the Associational Mission 
Program. 

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(b) Seeking out an Associational Missionary, making nominations in 
event of vacancy. 

(c) Planning a Program of Activities with the Associational Mission- 
ary. 

(d) The Recommendation of an Associational Budget to the Executive 
Committee meeting just prior to the annual meeting of the Association. 

(e) The supervision of the expenditure of the budget. 

(f) The enlistment of the churches in the active financial support of 
the Associational Mission program. 

ARTICLE V - The Credential and Ordination Committee 

Section 1. The Credential and Ordination Committee shall be composed 
of three pastors and two laymen nominated by the Nominating Committee. 
The first named shall be the chairman. 

Section 2. Duties of the Credential and Ordination Committee: 

(a) Examine applications churches seeking admission into Association. 

(b) Make necessary recommendations to the Association. 

(c) Encourage all churches to follow the leading of the Holy Spirit in 
ordaining men to the Gospel Ministry. 

(d) Upon the invitation of the church conducting the ordination, rep- 
resent the Association on the examining council. 

ARTICLE VI - The Nominating Committee 

Section 1. The Nominating Committee shall be composed of three pastors 
and two laymen to be appointed by the Moderator during the first session of 
each annual Associational Meeting. The first named shall be chairman. 

Section 2. Duties of the Nominating Committee: 

(a) To nominate the general officers of the Association. 

(b) To nominate the Associational Sunday School Superintendent. 

(c) To nominate the Associational Training Union Director. 

(d) To nominate the Orphanage, Hospital, Biblical Recorder, and 
Baptist Home for the aging representatives. 

(e) To nominate Associational Brotherhood president. 

(f) To nominate Associational Music Director. 

(g) To nominate the standing committees that are to function during 
the year between the sessions of the Association. 

(h) To fill vacancies occuring in any of the standing committees during 
the year. 

Section 3. All other officers are to be recommended by the heads of the 
organizations and departments to the Nominating Committee. 

ARTICLE VII - Committee on Evangelism 

Section 1. The Committee on Evangelism shall be composed of three 
members nominated by the Nominating Committee. The first named shall be 
the chairman. 

Section 2. Duties of the Committee on Evangelism: 

(a) Study and keep the Association and trend of Baptism within the 
Association. 

(b) Plan and promote such meetings as will keep the cause of Evan- 
gelism before the Association. 

ARTICLE VIII - Program and Place Committee 

Section 1. This committee shall be composed of the Moderator, Vice- 
Moderator, Associational Missionary and two laymen. 
Section 2. Duties: 

(a) This committee shall plan the program of the annual meeting as to 
time, place, and preacher and all necessary events. 

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(b) This program shall be presented to the Executive Committee at 
its last regular meeting before the Association. 

ARTICLE IX - Reports 

All reports to the Annual Associational Meeting are to be in the Asso- 
ciational Missionary's office thirty (30) days prior to the Annual Associational 
Meeting. 

PROGRAM 

SIXTY- FIFTH ANNUAL SESSION 
MACON BAPTIST ASSOCIATION, FRANKLIN 
Night Session: East Franklin Baptist Church, 7:30 PM 

THEME: "A Church Fulfilling Its Mission Through World Missions". 

"Go Ye into all the world andpreach the Gospel to every creature". Mk. 16:15. 

7:30 Call to order Moderator 

• Hymn 

7:35 Scripture, Prayer and Welcome Rev. Charles Dellinger 

Recognition of Pastors & Visitors Moderator 

Enrolment and Statistics Report Mrs. Cecil Frady 

Report of Committee on Order of Business- -Moderator 

7:50 A Church Fulfilling Its Mission Through Associational Missions 

Associational Missions Rev. Howard Willis 

State Missions Mrs. Clifford Dalrymple 

Home Missions Mr. Fred Stiles 

Foreign Missions Mrs. Roy Kinsland 

8:10 "A Church Fulfilling Its Mission Through Baptist Literature" 

Report on Baptist Literature Biblical Recorder Rep. 

8:25 BUSINESS 

Executive Promotion Committee Report - Moderator 

Treasurers Report Mrs. Betty Penland 

Finance Committee Report Rev. J. W. Myers 

Missions Committee Report Rev. J. W. Myers 

Committee on Resolutions Mrs. Jeter Higdon 

Miscellaneous Business 

8:45 Solo ■ Mr. John Johnson 

Annual Sermon and Benediction Rev. J. W. Myers 

Day Session: Pleasant Hill Baptist Church 
September 6th, 1968 

THEME: "A Church Fulfilling Its Mission Through World Missions". 
"Go ye into all the world and preach the Gospel to every creature". 

9:30 Hymn 

Scripture, Prayer and Welcome Rev. Wallace Tallent 

9:40 Report on Evangelism Rev. J. S. Cunningham 

9:55 Report on Cooperative Program Mr. Paul Swafford 

Speaker State Convention Rep. 

10:10 Baptist Foundation Report Mr. C. Gordon Maddrey 

10:25 "A Church Fulfilling Its Mission Through Social Services" 

Children's Home Report Mrs. Ruby Young 

Speaker Children's Home Rep. 

(Continued) 
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Report on Homes For the Aging Mr. Swann Elliott 

Speaker Homes for the Aging Rep. 

Report on the Baptist Hospital----- Mr. Bruce Bryant 

Speaker Dr. W. K. McGee 

11:10 Report on Minister's Retirement Rev. Charles Dellinger 

Speaker Rev. Guy S. Cain 

11:25 Hymn 

11:30 Doctrinal Message and Grace for the Meal-Rev. Ernie Sanders 

12:00 Lunch and Fellowship 

Afternoon Session: September 6th, 1968 

THEME: "A Church Fulfilling Its Mission Through World Missions'". 
"Go ye into all the world and preach the Gospel to every creature". 

1:00 Scripture and Prayer ■ Rev. Claude Ledford 

1:05 Reports of Associational Committees 

Report of Nomination Committee Rev. Cecil Frady 

Place and Preacher Committee Rev. Howard Willis 

1:20 "A Church Fulfilling Its Mission ThroughEducation" 

Fruitland Baptist Bible Institute Fruitland Representative 

Seminary Extension Report Seminary Extension Rep. 

Truett Baptist Camp Report Truett Camp Representative 

1:50 "A Church Fulfilling Its Mission Through Associational Programs". 

Vacation Bible School Report Mrs. Mary Powell 

Brotherhood Report Mr. Sam Saunders 

WMU Report Mrs. Mack Neely 

GA Report Mrs. George Raby 

Training Union Report Mrs. Eugene Pickens 

Sunday School Report ■ Mr. Roger Seay 

Christian Education Report Mr. Jack Powell 

Music Committee Report Mr. Jack Powell 

Deacon's Meeting Mr. Sam Saunders 

2:05 Scripture and Prayer Honoring the 

Deceased Mrs. J. C. Jacobs 

2:15 Report of the Resolutions Committee Mrs. Jeter Higdon 

2:20 Report of the Historian Miss May McCoy 

2:30 Hymn 

2:35 Inspirational Message and Installation of Officers for 1968-69 and 
Benediction Rev. Harvey Stewart 



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PROCEEDINGS 

of the 
SIXTY -FIFTH ANNUAL SESSION 
of the 
MACON BAPTIST ASSOCIATION 

THEME: "A CHURCH FULFILLING ITS MISSION THROUGH WORLD 
MISSIONS. " 

THE MACON BAPTIST ASSOCIATION MET IN its Sixty-Fifth annual 
session with the East Franklin Baptist Church on Thursday evening, Sept- 
ember 5, 1968. 

Thursday Evening -September 5, 1968 

1. The Association was called to order by J. C. Jacobs, Moderator at 
7:30 PM, Mr. Fred Corbin, Vice Moderator, led in singing "Send the Light" 
with Mrs. Corbin at the pinao. Rev. Charles Dellinger read Ezekiel 3:17 and 
led in prayer. 

2. Rev. Charles Dellinger, Host Pastor, welcomed the sixty-fifth ses- 
sion to the East Franklin Baptist Church 

3. The Moderator recognized pastors and visitors at this time, also a 
welcome was extended to new pastors of the association. 

4. The report on enrollment and statistics was submitted by Mrs. Cecil 
Frady. The clerk had received 44 letters representing 171 messengers. A 
roll was called of the churches with those elected by their church as mes- 
sengers standing to constitute the governing body of the associational meeting. 

The Clerk moved the adoption of the statistical summary, also that mes- 
sengers present and other duly appointed messengers who may arrive later 
constitute the Sixty-Fifth Annual Session of Macon Baptist Association, the 
motion was seconded by Cecil Frady. Report adopted. 

5. Rev. Cecil moved the adoption of the printed program with necessary 
modifications, and seconded by Rev. Jud Duvall, motion carried. 

6. Rev. Jess Bailey, Pastor Mt. Pleasant Baptist Church, Hayesville, 
N. C. presented the report on Truett Camp. Also speaking to this report was 
Rev. Bailey, report was received as information. 

TRUETT CAMP REPORT 



The 1968 camping season was another successful year. Attendance was 
not as high as in 1967, but there was an excellent spirit and much was ac- 
complished for the glory of our Lord. 

The Baptist State Convention has agreed to assist in this development by 
contributing 50% of the cost. The Churches in Region 10 must match this 
with the other 50%. The Truett Camp Committee of Region 10 urgently ask 
the churches to contribute at least $35 per year for the next four years. This 
will provide the funds needed to construct facilities for about 75, 100 campers 
and counselors. 

George W. Truett Camp is for Region 10. It is ours to provide training 
for our young people and children. Its success or failure will depend on the 
support of each church and individual in the Region. 

You join us in this ministry for Christ as we seek to prepare tomorrow's 
leaders today. 

7. The State Missions Report prepared by Mrs. Clifford Dalrymole was 
received as information. 



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STATE MISSIONS REPORT 
(Goal $200, 000. 00) 

With over two million people in the state of North Carolina not affiliated 
with any church surely state missions should be "A Continuing Ministry" 
for every Baptist. 

In our modern world nothing stays around long that does not have a defi- 
nite purpose, no mission has a more definite purpose than does State Mis 
sions. State Missions are very definitely included in Act 1:8. 

Our democratic form of Church government is founded upon the belief 
that people will do the right thing when properly informed, so, State Missions 
seeks to Inform. 

Each day the world becomes more complex, and events and personalities 
become more confused and entangled, so State Missions seek to Interpret. 

We have a responsibility as individuals to let our "Light Shine" in this 
world that is so in need of a continuing ministry for our Lord. 

Current needs, Mission churches need a pastor; Disadvantaged people 
need a Gospel ministry; Language people need Missionaries. 

Now, will you as a Christian assume your responsibility in the ministry, 
and count it a privilege from God. 

Do your part to inform through giving through State Missions. Do your 
part to meet the current needs through giving to State Missions. 

Remember the goal for State Missions in 1968 is $200, 000. 00 of which 
20% goes to Fruitland Baptist Bible Institute. 

Respectfully submitted, Mrs. Clifford Dalrymple 

8. The Home Missions Report prepared by Mrs. Fred Stiles was re- 
ceived as information. 

HOME MISSION REPORT 



In the face of national and international tensions, an inflationary economy 
and moral problems, this agency is committed to the objective of assisting 
Southern Baptist in the effort to bring men to God through Jesus Christ. We 
cannot be satisfied with "business as usual" when more people are facing 
more complex problems and thus have deeper spiritual needs than ever be 
fore. 

An increasing number of churches is calling upon the Home Mission 
Board for counsel, apart from the employment of missionaries. 

The missionary force totals 2, 165. While this is a lower figure than 
that of a year ago, the number of active workers has increased during the 
year. During the year 14 missionaries have been lost by death. 

The Cooperative Program is the basic continuing means of support for 
the work, along with the Annie Armstrong Offering. Personal Witnessing, 
Evangelism and work in associations are made possible by support that comes 
from these two sources. 

Home Missions involves every church and Christian in the States. 

Will you become involved in Missions by giving through the Cooperative 
Program and Annie Armstrong Offering? 

Respectfully submitted, Fred Stiles 

9. Mrs. Roy Kinsland moved the adoption of the Foreign Mission Report, 
Seconded by Mr. Fred Corbin, report adopted. 



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FOREIGN MISSION REPORT 

The Baptist People can look at the Mission Field of the world and answer 
the call of millions walking in darkness. Jesus said, for us to pray for labors 
to go into the fields for the harvest is great and the labourers are few. We 
must pray for our Missionaries and support them with our tithes and offerings. 

At the close of 1967, there were 2, 277 missionaries under appointment 
by the Foreign Mission Board for service in 67 countries. Amid conditions 
of instability in the Middle East, Nigeria, Vietnam, Hong Kong and other 
places, Missionaries have shown faith in God. We have 4, 918 organized Bap- 
tist Churches in our Mission Fields. There are 118, 639 students in 1, 195 
Baptist Schools, and there are 20 hospitals and 86 clinics on our Foreign Mis- 
sion Fields that have treated 800, 000 patients. 

The Cooperative Program and the Lottie Moon Christmas offering make 
it possible for more work to be done. Let us work together in Love and Pray- 
er as we support our Foreign Mission work. Remember the "Field Is The 
World". 

Respectfully submitted, Mrs. Roy Kinsland 

10. Rev. Howard Willis, Associational Missionary, was recognized who 
spoke to his report, emphasizing "These Have Turned the World Upside Down." 

MISSIONARIES REPORT 

"These that have turned the world upside down are come hither also". 
Acts 17:6b. 

There is a Social Revolution, a Politicial Revolution, Nations are switch- 
ing leaders and rulers because of politics. Riots are not uncommon. Racial 
trouble has sprung up in almost all our large cities. No doubt before the 
close of 1968 we will see or hear of more blood shed in many of our cities, 
Why, because of a Revolution. 

We are in a crisis in the scientific world, heart transplants here and 
there, and they tell us that in just a few years that parts for the body will be 
available as parts for your car or anything else. 

It has been said that in a few years that a small battery about the size of 
a suitcase will furnish all the electricity a family will need for twenty-years. 

The things that worry me are: Why don't we begin a Revolution for the 
Lord Jesus Christ. Why don't we turn the world upside down for Him? We 
strain all our energy, money for everything else, why don't we as Missionary 
Baptists put some action into what we profess. A Trans-forming experience 
with the Lord. 

Paul and Silas had a revolutionary message, and we have the same mes- 
sage. Sin is destroying this nation today, and sad to say that many are preach- 
ing a message leaving the atonement by the blood, repentenance, born again, 
hell, justification by faith, and many other doctrine out of the messages. 
Many are saying, educate our people and this v/ill solve the problem. You 
can teach and train a person, but if he or she has not been born again they will 
go to hell. 

Paul and Silas used a revolutionary method: It is past time that the mes- 
sage goes where the people are, where they live and work. Many even in our 
association no longer attend the House of God. It is time now for us to become 
fools for Christ's sake. Before the time of Christ the message never got out- 
side the four walls, but whenHe came it went outside. Why? Because He was 
out there. 

Paul and Silas had a revolutionary leader: Where Christ went a revolu- 
tion was started. Men were healed, sight restored, crippled made to walk, 
people cleansed, and many left their places of employment and followed Him. 
You cannot take this Christ with you and be the same person. Neither can the 
world take Christ with them and continue on in sin, killing, destroying, and 
sinking on down. Respectfully submitted, Howard Willis 

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11. Baptist Literature Report prepared by Jack Powell was received as 
information. Speaking to this report was C.W. Bazemore, Circulation and 
Promotion, Field Representative of Biblical Recorder. 

BAPTIST LITERATURE REPORT 
(Biblical Recorder) 

This is a period in history when some church pulbications are struggling 
to exist. Smaller circulation, rising cost of publication, mergers, and other 
factors are creating hardships for many publications. 

Your Biblical Recorder is not immune from some of these problems, 
but there is a brighter side to its ministry. In January, the Recorder had its 
135th birthday so this indicates it is durable and hardy. 

There is every indication that the Recorder is continuing to be read 
closely. The tragedy is that more of our Baptist people don't get the Re- 
corder. 

The Recorder staff rededicates itself to the job of getting out the best 
paper possible in these days of serious upheaval. Speaking the truth in love 
is the goal of the Recorder at all times. The support of all Baptist is needed 
in carrying out this objective. 

Respectfully submitted, Jack Powell 

BUSINESS: 

12. The Executive, Promotion Committee's Report was received as 
information. 

EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE REPORT 



During the past year theExecutive Promotion Committee of the Macon 
Baptist Association met four times in regular meetings and two times in 
special called meetings. 

1. October 5, 1967: Rev. Howard Willis read his resignation as Field- 
worker to become effective October 31st. 

Mrs. Ida Mae Cloer was accepted as the new treasurer replacing Mrs. 
Betty Penland. 

2. Special Meeting: December 14, 1967: 

Due to an oversight of the nominating committee, there was a need for 
an extra pastor on said committee, and Rev. Cecil Frady was nominated 
for this position. 

Dr. Thomas Lane moved that Missions Committee look for a new Field- 
workers 1 house and present the cost, and down payment at the next meeting, 
the motion carried. 

3. January 4, 1968: Regular Meeting: 

Mrs. Mary Powell asked that the missionary and vacation Bible school 
principal be authorized to select a summer worker to hold Bible Schools. 
The motion was made and it carried. 

Rev. J. W. Myers was recognized and gave a report on the Missions Com- 
mittee. The committee had not been able to secure information on a house 
for the missionary or down payment. 

Rev. Cecil Frady presented figures on how to support a full-time mis- 
sionary. Each Missions Committee member expressed what they were trying 
to do, and the problem they had of insufficient funds to hire a missionary. 

Rev. John R. Willis made a motion that the Missions Committee be per- 
mitted to secure a missionary full-time, half-time, or in conjuction with 
someone in another county. This motion carried. 

The Missions Committee was to study further and bring definite plans 
on how to reach more churches to contribute to associational missions. 

Rev. J. W. Myers placed emphases upon the forth-coming enlargement 
in Sunday School work by the Fruitland men. 

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4. February 15, 1968: Special Called Meeting: 

Rev. J. W. Myers presented a revised budget and recommended Mr. 
Frank Roberson as Associational Missionary. The motion carried. 

Rev. M.I. Brock made a motion that the Macon Association pay the mov- 
ing expenses of the missionary, and this be handled by the Missions Com- 
mittee. This motion carried. 

5. April 4, 1968: A regular meeting: 

Rev. Cecil Frady brought to the attention of the committee that the 
Deacons meeting was not in the association. A motion was made by Rev. M. 
I. Brock that the president of the deacons organization turn in writing to the 
clerk a report to get into the association. This carried. 

Rev. J. W. Myers, Chairman of the Missions Committee, was recognized 
to present the business at hand. The body was asked to vote a secret ballot 
on the Rev. Howard Willis becoming the Associational Missionary. Rev. 
Willis was elected. 

6. July 25, 1968: A regular meeting: 

The nomination committee presented its report for the coming year and 
it was accepted. 

The budget was presented by Rev. J. W. Myers, Chairman of the Mis- 
sions Committee and it was accepted. 

Rev. J. W. Myers made a motion that the Missionary select the com- 
pany to print the minutes for the year of 1968, and it carried. 

Respectfully submitted, Mr. J. C. Jacob 

13. Attention was called to the treasurers report. Howard Willis spoke 
to this report. 

Correction on minutes, Briartown, Rose Creek, Nantahala $4. 00 for 
minutes. 

TREASURER'S REPORT 





July 1, 


1967 - 


- June 


30, 


1968 










Amount brought forvv 


"ar d - — — — 














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ASSOC. 


VACATION 






q>i, o- 


' 


CONTRIBUTIONS 


MISSIONS 


BIBLE SCH. 


MINUTES TOTAL 


Bethel Hill 












$ 5. 


00 


$ 5. 


00 


Black Mountain 












4. 


00 


4. 


00 


Briartown 


$ 55. 


00 








5. 


00 


55. 


00 


Buck Creek 












6. 


00 


6. 


00 


Burningtown 


79. 


00 








5. 


00 


84. 


00 


Calvary 












6. 


00 


6. 


00 


Cartoogechaye 


100. 


00 








12. 


00 


112. 


00 


Clear Creek 






$10. 


00 




10. 


00 


20. 


00 


Cowee 


274. 


00 








20. 


00 


294. 


00 


East Franklin 


50. 


50 








2. 


00 


52. 


50 


E Hi jay 


30. 


00 








6. 


00 


36. 


00 


Franklin First 


1, 210. 


00 








15. 


00 


1,225. 


00 


Goldmine 


60. 


00 








12. 


00 


72. 


00 


Higdonville 


110. 


00 








10. 


00 


120. 


00 


Highlands First 


225. 


00 












225. 


00 


Holly Sp r i n g S 


212. 


28 








15. 


00 


227. 


28 


Horse Cove 


5. 


00 












5. 


00 


Iotla 


290. 


00 








10. 


00 


300. 


00 


Liberty 


24. 


00 








5. 


00 


29. 


00 


Longview 


132. 


00 








10. 


00 


142. 


00 


Mashburn Branch 


100. 


00 








12. 


00 


112. 


00 


Mountain Grove 


13. 


63 








3. 


00 


16. 


63 


Mt. Hope 


260. 


00 








10. 


00 


270. 


00 


















(Continued) 



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ASSOC. 


VACATION 






CONTRIBUTIONS 


MISSIONS 


BIBLE SCH. 


MINUTES 


TOTAL 


Nantahala 


$ 4.00 


$ 




$ 


$ 4.00 


Newman's Chapel 


112. 00 






20.00 


132.00 


Oak Dale 


46.30 








46.30 


Oak Grove 


80.00 






6.00 


86.00 


Pine Grove 


48.00 


10. 


00 


8.00 


64. 00 


Prentiss 


33.00 






10.00 


43.00 


Ridgecrest 


144.00 






15.00 


159.00 


Rose Creek 


27.00 






4. 00 


27.00 


Shortoff 


80.76 








80.76 


Sugarfork 


80. 04 






12.00 


92.04 


Tellico 


32.67 






6.00 


38.67 


Union 








2.00 


2. 00 


Walnut Creek 


20.00 






5. 00 


25.00 


Watauga 


45.00 






5.00 


25.00 


Wells Grove 


108.75 


13. 


75 


12.00 


134.50 


West Franklin 


120.00 






6.00 


126.00 


West Union 








5.00 


5.00 


White Oak Flats 








10.00 


10.00 


Windy Gap 


40.00 






5. 00 


45.00 


Baptist State Conv. 


496.00 








496.00 


Pine Grove Ch. (Stenc 


ils) 5. 12 








5. 12 


Howard Willis 


80.00 








80.00 


John Brown 








1.00 


1.00 


Mrs. Max Cruse 


8. 00 








8.00 


Mrs. Cecil Frady 


6.00 








6.00 


Rev. Claude Ledford 


5.00 








5.00 


Vacation Bible Sch. C 


iinic 4. 83 
$4, 856. 88 








4.83 


TOTALS 


$33. 


75 


$313.00 


$5,203.63 


TOTAL RECEIPTS FOR YEAR 








$5, 203. 63 


DISBURSEMENTS 













Office rent $180.00 

Office phone ■ 233. 37 

Howard Willis, salary 1, 716. 65 

J. W. Myers, salary 765.00 

Miss Joy Lowe (VBS Worker) 10.00 

Mrs. Mack Neely (VBS Worker) 10.00 

Mrs. Cecil Frady, Clerk's salary- 

1 year 60.00 

Mrs. W.A. Cloer, Jr., Treas. 's 

salary for 8 months 40.00 

Mrs. Stanley Penland, Treas. 's 

salary for 15 months 75.00 

WMU supplies 100.00 

Office supplies 124.29 

Postage - 107. 32 

Baptist Book Store 2.18 

Howard Willis, Social Security 95.34 

Rev. Frank Robinson (Expenses) 10. 00 

West's Florist 10.30 

Gary Hartcock (Expenses) 15. 00 

Film Rental 24.27 

Missouri Bapt. Press. Assoc. Min. - 257. 64 
Rev. Jess Cunningham (Travel Exp . )- 5. 00 

TOTAL--- $3,841.36 

TOTAL DISBURSEMENTS $3, 841. 36 

BALANCE ON HAND, JUNE 30, 1968 2,695.74 

Total in Savings Account, Macon County Building & Loan Assoc. 

(Includes $21. 12 interest earned during the year) 485. 81 

Respectfully submitted, Mrs. Stanley Penland, Treas, 
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14. J.W. Myers, Chairman of Missions Committee and Finance Com- 
mittee presented the budget for coming year, he called attention to increase 
of $280 over and above last year. Adoption of this budget was moved by J. 
W. Myers and seconded by Mr. Fred Corbin. Report adopted. 

BUDGET 

SALARIES: 

Field— workers Salary $5, 200. 00 

Treasurer's Salary 100.00 

Clerk's Salary 100. 00 

Total salaries --- $5,400.00 

GENERAL EXPENSE: 

Field-worker's Travel Expense $ 600.00 

Field-worker's Convention Expense 250.00 

Field-worker's Social Security 240.00 

Office Rent - 180.00 

Office Phone - -- 225.00 

Printing of Minutes (extras) 60.00 

Office Supplies and Postage 225. 00 

Total General Expense -$1, 780. 00 

PROMOTIONAL EXPENSES: 

Sunday School $ 50. 00 

Training Union 50.00 

Brotherhood and R A 50.00 

WMU 125.00 

Music Department ■ ,-- 25.00 

Missions Committee 25.00 

Vacation Bible School 25. 00 

Total Promotional Expense $ 350.00 

GRAND TOTAL - $7,530.00 

Less Convention Supplement 2, 600. 00 

To Be Raised By the Churches 4, 930. 00 

Respectfully submitted, Rev. J.W. Myers, Chrm. of Mis- 
sions Committee; Rev. J. S. Cunningham, Rev. Judson 
Duvall, Rev. Cecil Frady, Johnny Tippett, Jim William- 
son, Eugene Pickens, Field -worker 

15. The moderator appointed the following for the nominating committee, 
M.I. Brock, Chairman, J.R. Willis, Claude Ledford, Charles Pickens and 
John Johnson. 

16. Howard Willis brought attention of association that the clerk write 
a letter of condoleance to Family of Rev. Glen Dills, Topton, N. C. 

17. Mrs. Jeter Higdon gave the response to the address of welcome 
centered around the words ,r Thank You. fl 

18. John Johnson, Cowee Baptist Church rendered a solo at this time, 
"My Task", accompanied at piano by Mrs. Edd Brodgen. 

19. Time having come for Annual Sermon, the moderator recognized 
Rev. J.W. Myers, pastor of Cowee Baptist Church, reading for his scripture 
Haggai 1:3-11 and using as his subject "To Consider Our Ways". Rev. C. 

C. Welch led in prayer. 

Rev. J.W. Myers closed with a prayer to adjourn the evening session. 
Adjournment was at 9:30 p.m. 



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Friday Morning, September 6, 1968 
Pleasant Hill Baptist Church 

20. Pleasant Hill Baptist Church was host for this session. Moderator, 
J.C. Jacobs, called the meeting to order 9:30 A.M. Rev. Howard Willis 
led in singing "We'll Work Till Jesus Comes", Mrs. Fred Corbin at the 
piano. 

21. Host pastor, Wallace Tallent welcomed this session of the Associa- 
tion to Pleasant Hill Baptist Church. He read for scripture Acts 3:1-7 and 
led in prayer. 

22. Evangelism Report by Rev. Jess Cunningham was received as in- 
formation. 

EVANGELISM REPORT 

Our County-wide revival was held July 28-August 11 and the cooperation 
on the part of our some 8, 000. people was very weak. This could have been 
the finest revival of awaking in Macon county. Now the opportunity has gone 
and we lift our heads somewhat discouraged. Now we are to look forward to 
the Crusade of the Americas in April 1969. The entire Western Hemisphere 
will be joining in this great Southern Baptist move to win the lost to Jesus 
Christ. To date we have the following churches who have joined; Pleasant 
Hill, Briartown, Cowee, Higdonville, Oak Grove, Windy Gap, Franklin First; 
West Franklin, Ellijay, Well's Grove, Liberty, Holly Springs and Coweeta. 

Respectfully submitted, Rev. J.S. Cunningham 

23. Co-operative Program Report prepared by Paul Swafford was re- 
ceived as information, speaking to this report was Rev. Roy Smith, Seminary 
Extension 6f State Department. He emphasised "Urgency". 

COOPERATIVE PROGRAM REPORT 



What the budget is to the local church, the Cooperative Program is to 
the denomination. It is support for all missionary causes at home and a- 
broad--it's preaching the Gospel--it's healing in the name of Jesus through 
hospitals and clinics everywhere --it is teaching and training Christian lead- 
ers for all the great tasks of Kingdom endeavor. 

As our people worship with tithes and offerings Sunday by Sunday and as 
your church channels a worthy part of its income through the Cooperative 
Program, we enter into partnership with God and one another in obedience 
to the command, "Go. . . Preach. . . Teach. . . f 

According to the records in the Macon Baptist Associational office 29 
churches gave $11, 142. 20 during the past year out of 48 churches. In 1966 
the amount was $9, 802. 42. An increase of $1, 339. 78 over 1966. 

Special gifts amounted to $12, 168. 72 compared to $10, 767. 38 in 1966. 
Total Cooperative Program and Special gifts in 1967 amounted to an all time 
high in our association of $23, 310. 92 an increase over 1966 of $2, 741. 12. 

We would recommend that every church plan, and promote a worthy 
budget, and that each church have a special prayer for the Cooperative Pro- 
gram causes during October, which is Cooperative Program month. We al- 
so insist that each church give regularly, a worthy percentage of each offer- 
ing plate dollar through this means. If this is done then God has promised 
to pour out a blessing upon His Church and people. We cannot out-give God. 

Respectfully submitted, Paul Swafford 



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24. Gordon Maddrey, Baptist Foundation of State Department was recog- 
nized who spoke to his report. He read Heb. 11:4. 

BAPTIST FOUNDATION REPORT 

During the past year, the North Carolina Baptist Foundation, Inc. has 
made regular and systematic progress. More and more of our Baptist people 
are inquiring about the services of the Foundation and are following these in- 
quiries with concrete evidence of their concern. Some have made direct 
monetary contributions through the Foundation for a particular agency or in- 
stitution. Others, with the help of their lawyer, have made provisions in 
their wills that through the Foundation christian causes have been remember- 
ed. 

One of our major emphases has been in the area of will making. Our 
pastors, associational missionaries, and our church representatives have 
been giving encouraging help in this educational campaign. The response in 
each instance, whether in an association or individual church, has been most 
gratifying. 

We solicit your prayers and continuing cooperation. The Foundation 
remains ready to assist you in any phase of our endeavors, 

Respectfully submitted, C. Gordon Maddrey 

25. Children's Home Report by Ruby Young was received as information, 
speaking to this report was Rev. Isac Terrell, Children's Home Represent- 
ative. 

BAPTIST CHILDREN'S HOMES REPORT 



North Carolina Baptists and other friends of the Children's Home are 
making possible a Christian way of life for hundreds of boys and girls who 
otherwise would be denied many of life's best opportunities. More than 1300 
children were assisted in some type of service during the past year. 

Last year's Thanksgiving offering was the largest ever--now approaching 
$325, 000. 

Encouraging progress is being made in the capital funds campaign to 
build a home for children in Western North Carolina to be located in Haywood 
County and Clyde. 

We covenant with you to face the future as we have the past; to offer 
Christian nurture to children in distress in the name of our Christ, Savior 
and Lord. 

In Macon's 48 Baptist Churches the Thanksgiving to the Children's Homes 
amounted to $2, 194. 23. Once-a-month and special gifts amounted to 
$140. 15. Charity and Children subscribed to amounted to sixty copies per 
week. 

Respectfully submitted, Mrs. Ruby Young 

26. Homes for the Aging report prepared by Swann Elliott was received 
as information, speaking to this report was William Poole, State Representa- 
tive. 

HOMES FOR THE AGING REPORT 

The past year in your Baptist Homes for the Aging has been one of the 
most eventful in the history of the Homes. 

Baptist of North Carolina can be grateful for their record in ministering 
to the residents in their five Homes for the Aging. Recent reports reveal 
that our Baptist Homes for the Aging are giving more financial assistance to 
their needy aging than any other denominational Home in N. C. About 85% of 
the residents ministered unto receive through the love gifts of North Carolina 

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Baptists. These love gifts from Baptist churches come from two main 
sources: (1) The Special Day Offering, received on the 3rd Sunday in Feb- 
ruary each year, from which the Homes derive 22 1/2% of their total support; 
(2) The Cooperative Program from which we receive 12 1/2% of total income. 
Gifts for 1967 through these two sources were at an all time high and amount- 
ed to around $2 00, 000. The 1968 Special Day Offering, at this time, is re- 
flecting an encouraging increase. Unless these two vital sources of income 
are increased considerably, your Baptist Homes cannot be maintained, either 
on the basis of quality of care of quantity. 

Life among the residents in the Homes is most interesting, and if one 
wonders about the activity among those whose age is 80, let him come and 
see. Let everyone who is contributing to this great area of human need be 
grateful to the Lord to be a part of a great denomination that has the vision 
to plan for the aging, and is moving forward in meeting the needs of this very 
deserving group. 

We hope that in the days to come that Baptist in Macon County will see 
the need and come to the aid of our elder people. Many of these are depend- 
ing upon us and our gifts both on the Special Day Offering and the Cooperative 
Program gifts. Shall we let them down? 

Respectfully submitted, Swann Elliott 

27. Baptist Hospital Report by Bruce Bryant was received as informa- 
tion, speaking to this report was Ben Fisher, Director of Higher Education 
State Department, in absence of W.G. McGee. 

BAPTIST HOSPITAL REPORT 

This is a full year at our Baptist Hospital with more than thirty thousand 
sick people being given service and Christian ministry, and more than 165, 000 
visits being made to the clinics of the hospital. In addition to this, more than 
700 persons are receiving training in the various fields of medical care and 
Christian service, and a vast amount of medical research is being done in 
the causes and treatments of the diseases which afflict us and our loved ones. 

The Development Program, which is greatly to increase the capacity of 
the Medical Center to train and serve, is progressing on schedule. 

But this is a very difficult year financially, and our hospital has been 
forced to make important changes in its financial policies. In the face of the 
mounting costs and the increasing needs of our people, the hospital has been 
struggling with a growing deficit. We have been told this for several years 
but the gap has continued to increase between the cost of free service and 
the money we have provided for this service. The amount of the free service 
now will have to be governed by the amount of the Mother's Day Fund. A 
patient's hospital bill will be estimated in advance, any available hospital in- 
surance will be deducted, and the balance must be paid before the patient is 
admitted unless he is certified by the county welfare department or some 
other agency. Any balance beyond the estimated bill must be paid before the 
patient is discharged. In case of an emergency, the patient may be admitted 
but the hospital bill must be paid as soon as possible after admission. The 
Mother's Day Fund will be used, as it has been, to pay the difference between 
the amount paid by the certifying agency and the total cost of caring for the 
patient. 

The Mother's Day Offering will need to be increased greatly if our 
hospital is to fulfill its mission to our people who most need it. We want to 
assure our hospital that it can depend upon us in full measure. 

Respectfully submitted, Bruce Bryant 



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28. Annuity Board Report prepared by Charles Dellinger was received 
as information, speaking to this report was Roy Smith in absence of Rev. Guy 
Cain. 

ANNUITY BOARD REPORT 



As of December 31, 1967, 1, 202 new members had been issued certifi- 
cates in Plan "A" of the protection program. A total number of 17, 400 
churches were providing the program for their ministers. 

The three -plan Southern Baptist Protection Program has one provision 
in Plan rr A IT that will affect all prospective new members soon; This pro- 
vision is called "Delayed Participation", commonly known as a "grace period' 
The grace period will become effective on January 1, 1969. The provision 
states that the grace date is established in one of three ways: (1) as of Jan- 
uary 1, 1969; (2) on the members 26th birthday; or (3) one year from the 
date he first becomes eligible, whichever is the latter. This means that if 
a member joins Plan "A" of the Protection Program later than his grace 
date, the disability, widow, child, education and dependent parent benefits 
will be proportionally reduced. The reduction will be the ratio which such 
years of delay bear to the total years from the grace date to the normal re- 
tirement date. Therefore, it is important that all who are now eligible join 
the Program before January 1, 1969. 

In Macon Baptist Association only about four churches provide this type 
of coverage for their pastors, while almost every person working in factor- 
ies and places of employment have some type of insurance and protection. 
Is there any reason why the church should not provide coverage or insurance, 
for its pastors ? Could not the church in which a pastor was leading the 
people pay as little as 10% of his salary into such a Protection Plan. Does 
your church provide a future for its pastor in case he becomes disable? 

Respectfully submitted, Charles M. Dellinger 

29. The Report on Christian Higher Education by Jack Powell was re- 
ceived as information. Mr. Ben C. Fisher, Director Christian Higher Edu- 
cation spoke to this report. 

CHRISTIAN HIGHER EDUCATION 

In a day when an education is possible and needful to face this changing 
world in which we live, we would look to our great institutions, seminaries, 
and colleges for such help. 

Our Baptist Colleges continue to grow, both in number of students enrol- 
led each year and request for a higher type of education. This need can only 
be met by the continued support of Baptist people or other means will have to 
be sought. 

The Campbell College enrolled 2, 351 in 1967, Chowan - 1, 302, Mars 
Hill - 1,370, Gardner Webb - 1,300, Meredith - 969, Wake Forest - 
3, 163 and Wingate - 1, 569 making a total of 12, 024 enrolled as of October 15, 
1967. 

The continued growth of the support by our Baptist people through the Co- 
operative Program is most encouraging, and we wish to take this opportunity 
to thank our Baptist friends for the generous support through these means. 

We would like to report that the increase on Baptist College Day and the 
number of churches participating were wonderful. The offerings on this day 
will help someone to receive that education, which he or she might not be 
able to get otherwise. 

Every church can secure a team of college students to give testimonies 
as to what a Christian college means to them. 

Respectfully submitted, Jack Powell 



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30. Rev. Howard Willis led in singing "Stand Up, Stand Up For Jesus". 

31. Our Beloved Dead. Rev. Howard Willis read the names of the 
obituary report. The congregation bowed heads in silent prayer in thankful 
ness for their lives as their names were read. 



8N MEMORIAM 



BUCK CREEK: 

Mr. Bennett Barnes (Deacon) 
Mr. Will Houston (Deacon) 
Mr. Lane Tils on 
Mrs. Alice Woods 
Mr. Ezra Shook 

BURNINGTOWN: 

Mrs. Bruce Duvall 
Mr. Oscar Welch 

CLEAR CREEK: 

Mrs. Icie Carver 
Mr. N.W. Talley 

COWEE: 

Mrs. J. M. Morgan 
Mrs. EHa Allen 
Mr. Perry Brendle 

COWEETA: 

Mr. Tom Thomas 

Mrs. Mamie Moss 

Mr. Romulus Carpenter 

FAIR VIEW: 

Mr. Raleigh McMahan 



OAK DALE: 

Mrs. Carrie Roper 

OAK GROVE: 

Mrs. Haskel Arvey 
Mr. Furman McGaha 
Mr. Dwight Parrish 
Mrs. Maggie Lakey 
Mr. Lon Queen 

PRENTISS: 

Mr. J.H. Hunter (Deacon) 
Mr. W.R. Sanders ( Deacon) 

RIDGECREST: 

Mrs. Iris Sanders 
Mrs. Julia Shuler 
Mrs. Ethel Thompson 
Mr. Jim Berry 
Mr. Charlie Shuler 

SHORT OFF: 

Mrs. Fannie Mills 

TELLICO: 

Mr. Cairo Duvall 
Mr. Lee Waldroop 






FLATS: 

Mrs. Ada Holt 



TESENTA: 

Mr. Fred Ledford 



GOLD MINE: 

Mrs. Effie McCall 
Mrs. Nellie Keener 
Mr. William Keener 



UNION HILL: 

Mrs. Dora Morgan 
Mrs. Alice Hanney 
Mrs. Alice Martin 



HIGHLANDS: 

Mrs. Mamie Hicks 
Mr. Sam Cresewell 
Mr. John Henry 
Mr. Roy Speed 
Mrs. Dora Zachary 

LIBERTY: 

Mr. Robert Gibson 

LONG VIEW: 

Mr. Ralph Ammons 

NEWMAN'S CHAPEL: 

Mr. James Norris (Deacon) 



WATAUGA: 

Mrs. Ras Mashburn 
Mr. Curt Sanders 
Mr. Douglas Sanders 

WELLS GROVE: 

Mr. Grady Guffey 

HOLLY SPRINGS: 

Mr. Charlie Elliott 

MOUNT HOPE: 

Mr. W.V. Parker 
Mrs. Dorthy Passmore 



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FRANKLIN, FIRST: IOTLA: 

Mrs. Logan Allen Mrs. Irene Sanders 

Mr. T.C. Clemmons Mrs. Emma Cunningham 

Mr. A. W. Edminston Mrs. Fannie B. West 

Rev. J.H. Ware (Minister) Mr. Weldon Fouts 
Mr. Sam J. Murray 

MASHBURN BRANCH: 

CALVARY: Mr. Fred Buchanan 

Mrs. Eula Henson Mrs. Irene Carter 

SUGARFORK WHITE OAK FLATS: 

Mr. George Frady Mr. Doyle Morgan 
Mr. Leo Corbin 
Mr. James Morgan 



32. In absence of Rev. Ernie Sanders the body agreed that Rev. Roy 
Smith bring the Doctrinal message, He read for his scripture Matthew 5:14- 
16 and John 3:19-21. 

33. Rev. Ralph Willis asked the benediction on the morning service and 
blessing for the noon day meal. Adjournment 12:00 noon. 

Friday Afternoon - September 6, 1968 

34. Rev. Wallace Tallent led in singing "What A Friend We Have In 
Jesus ,r . 

35. In absence of Rev. Claude Ledford, Rev. J.W. Myers read script- 
ure passage Matthew 28:16-20 and led in prayer. 

3 6. Rev. Cecil Frady called attention to Nominating Committee Report, 
see directory of the association. Cecil Frady moved the adoption of these of- 
ficers seconded by Rev. John R. Willis. Motion carried. 

37. Moderator appointed Rev. Cecil Frady, Rev. Mack Reed, Rev. Tom 
Lane, to select place and preachers for 1970. Place and Preachers Report 
adopted. 

PLACE AND PREACHER REPORT 



The meeting next year will be held with the Mashburn Branch Bap- 
tist Church (night session) and the Mount Hope Baptist Church (day 
session) September 4th and 5th, 1969. 

The Rev. Mack Reed will deliver theAnnual Sermon and Dr. W. 
Thomas Lane will deliver the Doctrinal Sermon. 

Annual Sermon at night session. 

Doctrinal Sermon at day session. 

38. Mr. Gary Harthcock, Director Fruitland Baptist Institute spoke at 
this time. He introduced Bruno Podesta from Peru visiting with him. 

39. Seminary Extension Report prepared by Howard Willis was received 
as information. Roy Smith spoke to this report and presented a certificate to 
Mrs. Hilda Shepherd. 

SEMINARY EXTENSION 

The opportunity to learn at home is here. Every fall people in Macon 
Baptist Association have this privilege. Each year a Seminary Extension 
Class is held in the First Baptist Church for twelve weeks. One in Nantahala 
Section and this year one in the Clear Creek section. 

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Every pastor and deacon and teacher should be enrolled in these classes, 
Many of our people have not had studies in many of the books being 
taught, and this is an opportunity to improve your education. 

We would ask that each of you promote Seminary Extension Study to be- 
gin in the last part of September, and urge all to enroll. 

Respectfully submitted, Howard Willis 

40. Mrs. Mary Powell presented the Vacation Bible School Report and 
moved the adoption. Report adopted. 

VACATION BIBLE SCHOOL REPORT 
TJSB 



At this time, a report on VBS work in Macon Association could not be 
complete as all of the reports are not in, however, the devotion of the work- 
ers and quality of some of the schools is encouraging. Many workers in 
various churches worked under strenuous loads so that Bible Schools might 
be held. 

As of this date 16 churches have reported schools, but several are 
known to have held schools for which no reports have been received. Five 
used the Summer worker, one of these being held in the Bethlehem Church in 
Franklin. 

While we have accomplished much in Bible school, there is still much 
that needs to be done, many of the boys and girls attending Bible school do 
not attend Sunday School or church anywhere, the week or two they have in 
Bible school is the only contact they have with Christianity during the year. 
We must work doubly hard to see that more churches provide schools in 
order to reach such boys and girls and their parents for the Lord and His 
church. 

Respectfully submitted, Mrs. Jack Powell, VBS Supt. 

41. Sam Sanders moved the adoption of the Brotherhood Report. Report 
adopted. 

BROTHERHOOD REPORT 

We are thankful for the men in our Brotherhood. Although, we are not 
as strong as we would like to see in number, we feel that we are growing in 
the grace of our Lord Jesus Christ. Many things are yet to be accomplished 
for Him. As to date we only have three active Brotherhood's namely: Cowee, 
Highlands, Iotla and Ridgecrest. We would urge all of our churches to con- 
sider this organization in their churches. Brotherhood supports the RA's 
and surely there are a large number of boys in our churches who need to be 
in RA work. If we can help you in organizing a Brotherhood or RA call the 
Associational office. Every church needs men and boys witnessing and in- 
volved in Missions and this is what the work involves. 

We are' grateful for the past years work and look forward to even a more 
fruitful year for the Lord. 

(Brotherhood officers for the coming year on another page) 
Respectfully submitted, Sam Saunders 

42. Woman's Missionary Union Report by Mrs. Mack Neely was re- 
ceived as information. 

WMU ANNUAL REPORT 

The purpose of Woman's Missionary Union is Missions. Sharing the 
Gospel message at home and around the world; through the teaching of Mis- 
sions, by leading persons to participate in Missions, as they pray for and 



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give to support missions, by ministering and witnessing through mission 
action to all everywhere. We are grateful for the opportunity and the privil- 
ege God is giving us to promote His work through Womans 1 Missionary Union. 

The Associational WMU President and the Stewardship Chairman at- 
tended WMU Conference at Ridgecrest Baptist Assembly for three days, Aug- 
ust 13-16, 1967. 

In November the Foreign Mission Study was taught by the local societies. 
Sugarfork Baptist Church organized a WMS with Mrs. Jesse Cunningham 
elected as the president. 

In January a "WMS was organized at West Franklin Baptist Church with 
Mrs. Louie Cochran as president. 

In May a WMU was organized at Longview Baptist Church. We now have 
eleven Missionary Unions in the association, yet, it is tragic that we only 
have this number out of 48 churches. We wait an invitation to help you and 
your church organize a WMU. 

In June all WMU's observed the Heck- Jones Memorial Offering of which 
$30, 000. 00 of the allocation going to the State Camp in Asheboro, N. C. to 
pay for the indebtness of the camp over the next 5 years. 

Let us hasten to the work before us. Will you help bridge the Gap? 

Are you ready for tomorrow. 
(Officers on another page in front of Book) 

Respectfully submitted, Mrs. Mack Neely 

43. Girls Auxiliary Report received as information, prepared by Mrs. 
George Raby. 

GIRLS AUXILIARY REPORT 

The GA's have made much progress this past year, yet there is a great 
challenge ahead for us in the future. 

Our Annual Coronation was held August 8, 1968, at 7:30 with the Holly 
Springs Baptist Church. 

We had advancing in forward steps 3 maidens, 3 ladies in waiting, 3 
princesses, 6 queens, 2 queens with a sceptre, 1 queen regent and 4 
queens regent in service. 

It has been a rewarding experience to serve these 3 years as GA Dir- 
ector, and may you keep up the good work and God bless you in all your work. 
I wish to welcome as your new Director, Mrs. D. A. Rhodes of the Highlands 
Baptist Church. God's blessings upon her and the GA work in the association. 

Respectfully submitted, Mrs. George Raby 

44. Training Union Report prepared by Mrs. Eugene Pickens was re- 
ceived as information. 

TRAINING UNION REPORT 

Training Union is a very important organization both to the individual and 
the Church. It is just what it says, "Training" and in this day there is not 
a church member but what needs training in every realm of Christian service. 

We have had a very fine year in Training Union work in our Association, 
but there is still much to be accomplished and room for improvement. "M" 
Night December 1967, was a very good service and the attendance was good 
along with the program. 

As of last years minutes we only had 22 organized Training Unions in 
Macon Baptist Association out of 48 churches with an enrollment of 1, 0.37 
out of around 8, 000 Baptist resident members and an average attendance of 
633. 

Training is not the only and best solution to this days problems, but it 
will help us understand them and do a better work. 

Respectfully submitted, Mrs. Eugene Pickens 

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45. The Sunday School Report by Roger Seay was accepted as informa 
tion. 

SUNDAY SCHOOL REPORT 

The commission of our Lord was to "Go and teach all nations., baptizing 
them, and He would be with, not only us but every person, who goes in this 
manner. There is a great need in Macon Associational churches for a larg- 
er and better attendance in Sunday School as well as many of the other serv- 
ices. There seems to be a falling away of many during these days of plenty 
and so many places to draw us away from God's House on Sunday. 

We now have the Life and Work Curriculum material as well as the 
uniform lessons. Churches can take their choice of the two. 

This has been a very good year in our Association in Sunday School work, 
but we are sure that there is room for improvements. 

We are asking that you and your church join us in striving to enroll more 
people in Sunday School in the years to come. There is room in our churches 
for these. Will you join us? 

Respectfully submitted, Rogers Seay 

46. Mrs. Jeter Higdon presented the report of the Resolutions Commit- 
tee and moved the adoption of this report. 

IN APPRECIATION 



Not because it is the customary thing to do, but out of the gratitude of our 
hearts, we, the messengers and visitors of this sixty-fifth annual session of 
the Macon Baptist Association, thank the members of the East Franklin and 
Pleasant Hill Churches for their genuine hospitality, under the leadership of 
their pastors Re-"-. Michael Dellinger and Rev. Wallace Tallent. We ap- 
preciate your thoughtful preparation for our comfort and for every kindness 
shown us. We thank the Pleasant Hill Church for the delicious meal enjoyed 
by all. Meeting with so many dedicated christian workers helps us to be in 
the right spirit and attitude to absorb some inspiration to meet the fresh chal- 
lenge brought before us. Like children who look for Santa Claus from one 
Christmas to the next, we look forward from one associational meeting to the 
next, when we can again greet old friends, meet new ones, and fill our souls 
to overflowing from the spirit of the messages we hear from our association- 
al leaders and state workers. 

At the close of the year's work, we again like to express our appreciation to 
the moderator and the vice-moderator, to our Field Worker, Rev. Howard 
Willis, our clerk, Mrs. Cecil Frady, and our treasurer, Mrs. Stanley Pend- 
land, for the excellent work they have done. To our pastors, the many com- 
mittees, and to all the associational officers we are indebted for the splendid 
work done. We appreciate the endeavors of those who have so carefully and 
prayerfully planned the inspiring program on "A Church Fulfilling Its Mis- 
sion Through World Missions". We express our deep gratitude to all who 
have contributed to the program. We thank God for the wonderful manifesta- 
tion of His presence throughout the sessions. The music, the messages, the 
prayers and the fellowship have lifted our hearts and filled us with a greater 
desire to help our churches fulfill their mission through world missions. 

Respectfully submitted, Mrs. Jeter Higdon 






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47. The Historical Report prepared by Miss Mae McCoy was accepted 
as information. 

HISTORICAL REPORT 



As we look back over the 65 years history of the work of Macon County 
Baptist Churches we can see the fruits of an evangelistic fervor combined 
with a strong Christian stewardship that has advanced the cause of Christ and 
His Kingdom from a small regional group to around 8, 000 residential mem- 
bers. 

Many have been our spiritual blessings this past year and we mention a 
few. Our beloved pastors are increasing their interest and concern toward 
the objects of Baptist work. They are working with greater zeal, dedication 
and enthusiasm. We thank God for them. 

The greatest event that has ever come to Macon County and supported by 
Baptist was the County-wide Baptist Revival held in the Fair Building August 
13th- 27th, 1967. 

Rev. J. W. Myers, pastor of the Cowee Church directed the Associational 
work in a wonderful way for seven months while out of a missionary, and 
during the time the committee was seeking a man to fill the office vacated by 
Rev. Howard Willis, who at the time felt the call to leave this work. The de- 
dicated and efficient work of Rev. Myers cannot be evaluated, but we feel 
that he softened the grounds for our churches and their leaders to see and 
feel more deeply the need for placing a full-time Missionary in the Associa- 
tion. By the prayers and efforts of Rev. Myers and the Missions Committee 
and the people we now have a full-time missionary in the personality of Rev. 
Howard Willis. 

Most all churches in our association have held revivals and others are 
planned. As the results many souls have been saved, and the church mem- 
bers rededicated themselves afresh unto the Lord. 

Highlands First has called Rev, Harvey Stewart as pastor and he is now 
on the field. We welcome Rev. and Mrs. Stewart to our Association, 

Plans are now being made for A Sunday School Enlargement Campaign 
to be held September 28th. Franklin First has already committed to join the 
movement. 

North Carolina Baptists have made great plans in joining the many others 
in a united effort in 1969 in the Crusade of the Americas in carrying the Gos- 
pel to all men everywhere in North and South America. 

Every church is urged to join in this Crusade in Macon Association which 
will be held April 6-20th, 1969. Franklin First has voted to join, and many 
other churches are expected to join soon. All 48 churches should get involved 
in this effort. 

Pastors are taking advantage of the opportunities of attending meetings, 
clinics, and study groups to broaden their views and enrich their lives 
through Southern Baptist Conventions, Bible School Clinics, State Evangelis- 
tic Conferences, Seminary Extension Classes, State-wide Missionary Con- 
ferences, Mars Hill Study week and many others. 

For a more conducive atmosphere for worship the following churches 
have been on the move: Iotla new pastorium completed and landscaping done, 
Holly Springs, Sunday School rooms have been completed and the steeple in- 
stalled, and a note burning and dedication of church held. Black Mountain has 
drilled a well and installed rest rooms. Ridgecrest has paved the parking 
area; Oak Grove has a new cement walk leading to the fellowship hall and 
painted the church inside. West Union has began new Sunday School rooms. 
Coweets has finished the floors in the auditorium and new pews installed. 
East Franklin has painted the outside of the church and set up a library. West 
Franklin has paid off the indebtness on the church lot. Pine Grove has finish- 
ed the floors and installed new church pews. 

Respectfully submitted, May McCoy 

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48. Rev. Wallace Tallent led in singing "Amazing Grace", while of- 
ficers of the coming year came forward. Rev. Harvey Stewart pastor of 
Highlands Baptist Church led the prayer of dedication. 

49. The closing inspirational message was brought by Rev. Harvey 
Stewart, "Spiritual Famine", he read for scripture passage Amos 8:1-14, 

Benediction by Rev. Harvey Stewart. Adjourned 2:45 p. m. 

J.C. Jacobs, Moderator 
Mrs. Cecil Frady, Clerk 



28 



Statistical Tables 



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Pastor's Annual 
Salary 


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o o o 
00 o o 


o o 

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3,120 

5,200 


3,900 
4,160 
1,680 
2,936 


600 

3,900 

370 

125 




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Members lost to 
Non-Bapt. Churche 






- 


- 1 










2 


Received from Non- 
Baptist Churches 




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Grand total 
present Members 


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enrolment 

Mission V. B. S. 
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Church V.: 
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No. newS.S. classes 
organized past year 



Average weekly 
attendance 



Total enrolment 



to eo n <t 



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Fellowship Bible 
Classes 



Young People away 
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Cradle Roll enrol. 
(Home Ministry) 



Extension dept. 
enrolment 



Adults (65 up) 
enrolment 



comoo<f 



Adults (35-64) 
enrolment 



Adults (25-34) 
enrolment 



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married (17-24) 



Young People single 
(17-24) enrolment 



Intermediate s 
(13-16) enrolment 



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Juniors 

(9-12) enrolment 



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HISTORICAL RECORD 
North Carolina, Macon County Baptist Association 

Organized in 1904 



Year Church 



Moderator 



Clerk Preached Sermon 

H. D. Dean J.A.Brendel 

H. D. Dean J. W. Watson 

H.D.Dean W.L.Bradley 

H.D.Dean A.S. Solesby 

H. D. Dean J. R. Pendergrass 

H.D.Dean T.C.King 

H.D.Dean W.L.Bradley 

A. C. Hurst T.J.Vinson 

A. C. Hurst R. P. McCracken 

Robert Ramsey F.M.Morgan 

Robert Ramsey B.S.West 

J. M. Carpenter W. T. Potts 

J. M. Carpenter R.T.Vann 

J. M. Carpenter A. S. Solesby 

J. M. Carpenter W.L.Bradley 

J. M. Carpenter J.C.Owens 

J. M. Carpenter A.S. Solesby 

J. M. Carpenter J.A.Bryson 

Robert Ramsey D.C.McCoy 

Robert Ramsey W. L. Bradley 

Robert Ramsey G. A. Cloer 

J. M. Carpenter J. L. Kinsland 

T . C . Bryson W . R. Rickman 

J. M. Carpenter E.N.Gardner 

J. M. Carpenter W.M.Lee 

J. M. Carpenter W.M.Lee 

R. M. Ledford W. E. Aberhathy 

R.M.Ledford J. A. McMillian 

R.M. Ledford E.R.Eller 

R.M.Ledford J.F.Burrell 

R.M.Ledford E.R.Eller 

R.M.Ledford W.L.Bradley 

R.M. Ledford W.R. Rickman 

R.M.Ledford R. F.Mayberry 

R.M.Ledford C.F.Rogers 

R.M.Ledford J. G. Benfield 

R.M.Ledford M.A.Love 

R.M.Ledford R.W.Williams 

R.M.Ledford J. A . McMillian 

R.M.Ledford G. A. Cloer 

S.J.Smith T.N.Carter 

S. J. Smith J. C. Scruggs 

S.J.Smith J.F.Marchman 

Mrs. C. C. Welch J.I.Vinson 

Mrs. C.C.Welch H.E.Marchman 

Verlon Swafford C. E. Parker 

Verlon Swafford Paul Nix 

Mrs. Pearl Corbin E.N.Holden 

Mrs. Pearl Corbin M. W. Chapman 

W.L.Sorrells 

Clyde Drake John Corbitt 

--- C.T.Taylor 

Arvil Taylor 

Vernon Higdon Frank Reed 

Vernon Higdon 

John Buell 

(continued) 



1904 Franklin 

1905 Sugarfork 

1906 Briartown 



T. C. Bryson 
J. W. Kesterson 
W. Bradlev 



1907 Cartoogechaye T.C. Bryson 



1908 Coweeta T.C. Bryson 

1909 Burningtown T.C. Bryson 

1910 Watauga F.Morgan 

1911 Liberty T.C. Bryson 

1912 Pine Grove H.D.Dean 

1913 Oak Grove H.D.Dean 

1914 Iotla H. D. Dean 

1915 Pleasant Hill H.D.Dean 

1916 Mount Hope H.D.Dean 

1917 Cowee H.D.Dean 

1918 Prentiss H.D.Dean 

1919 Sugar Fork J.C.Owens 

1920 Holly Springs J.C.Owens 

1921 Burningtown J.A.Brvson 

1922 Franklin R. P. McCracken 

1923 Nanahala H.D.Dean 

1924 Watauga H.D.Dean 

1925 Tellico H.D.Dean 

1926 Iotla H.D.Dean 

1927 Holly Springs H.D.Dean 

1928 Cowee H.D.Dean 

1929 Ridge Crest W.M.Lee 

1930 Sugarfork A.S. Solesby 

1931 Pleasant Hill A.S. Solesby 

1932 Pine Grove A. S. Solesby 

1933 Briartown A. S. Solesby 

1934 Franklin A.S. Solesbv 

1935 Oak Grove A.S. Solesby 

1936 Rainbow Springs J. E. Rickman 

1937 Coweeta J. E. Rickman 

1938 Cartoogechaye J. E. Rickman 

1939 Clear Creek' J. E. Rickman 

1940 Ellijay J. E. Rickman 

1941 Newman Chapel J. E. Rickman 

1942 Burningtown C.C.Welch 

1943 Watauga C.C.Welch 

1944 Goldmine J.H.Stockton 

1945 Holly Springs J.H.Stockton 

1946 Mount Hope J.H.Stockton 

1947 Cowee J.H.Stockton 

1948 Highlands J.H.Stockton 

1949 Ridge Crest J.H.Stockton 

1950 Sugarfork J.H.Stockton 

1951 Franklin J.H.Stockton 
Watauga 

1952 Oak Grove H. H. Stocktor 
Iotla 

1953 Newman's Chapel W.L.Sorrells 
Tellico 

1954 Longview M.W. Chapman 
Ellijay 



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HISTORICAL REOCRD (continued): 



Year Church Moderator 

1955 Higdonville M.W. Chapman 
Mt.Hope 

1956 Burningtown 

Iotla M.W. Chapman 

1957 Watauga M.C.Wyatt 
Ridge Crest 

1958 Liberty L. Eugene Walter 

Wells Grove 

Prentiss 

1959 Wells Grove J.C.Jacobs 
Holly Springs 

1960 Franklin J.C.Jacobs 
Ridge Crest 

1961 Pine Grove W.A.Cloer 
Iotla 

1962 Sugar Fork W.A.Cloer 
Coweeta W.A.Cloer 

1963 Gold Mine M. I. Brock 
Highlands M. I. Brock 

1964 Windy Gap M. I. Brock 
West Franklin M. I. Brock 

1965 Cartoogechaye Robert L. Clark 
Ridge Crest Robert L. Clark 

1966 Oak Grove Fred Corbin 
Ellijay Fred Corbin 

1967 Watauga J.C.Ja-cobs 
Wells Grove 

1968 East Franklin J.C.Jacobs 
Pleasant Hill J.C.Jacobs 



Clerk 



Preached Sermon 



Vernon 


Higdon 






Vernon 
Vernon 


Higdon 
Higdon 




Mrs 


J. 


Campbe 


11 




Mrs 


J. 


Campbe 


11 


Mrs 


J. 


Campbe 


11 


Mrs 


J. 


Campbe 


11 



Mrs. F. C. Jones 
Mrs. F. C. Jones 
Mrs. F. C. Jones 
Mrs. F. C. Jones 
James F. Collette 
James F. Collette 
Mrs. Cecil Frady 
Mrs. Cecil Frady 
Mrs. Cecil Frady 
Mrs. Cecil Frady 
Mrs. Cecil Frady 

Mrs. Cecil Frady 
Mrs. Cecil Frady 



L. Eugene Walter 

W.A.Cloer 

Clyde Rhinehart 

Doyle Miller 

Lee Crawford 
R. R. Standley 
J.H. Propst, Jr. 
L. A. Howard 
Thad R. Dowdle 
Clyde W.Collins 
Paul M. Sorrells 
Judson Hall 
Otto Parham 
Robert L. Clark 
R. C. Bailey 
Carl E. Sizemore 
L. C. Pinnix 
Gene Southard 
Guy Duvall 
Clyde Collins 
Cecil Frady 
Bill Shields 
Earl Dendy 
Rev. J. W. Myers 
Rev. Roy Smith 



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1969 
ANNUAL OF 




MACON 

BAPTIST 

ASSOCIATION 



ofcHrist 

in Belief and 
Relevance 



NORTH 
CAROLINA 



1969 

SIXTY-SIXTH ANNUAL SESSION 
OF THE 

MACON 
BAPTIST ASSOCIATION 

NORTH CAROLINA 

HELD WITH 

MASHBURN BRANCH BAPTIST CHURCH 
(Night Session) 

MOUNT HOPE BAPTIST CHURCH 
(Day Session) 

SEPTEMBER 11-12, 1969 

The Next Annual Night Session of the Association will 
be held with the NEWMAN'S CHAPEL and the day session 
with the HOLLY SPRINGS BAPTIST CHURCH on September 
10 - 11, 1970. 

Moderator W. Thomas Lane 

Clerk H. L. Stewart 



CONTENTS 

ASSOCIATIONAL DIRECTORY 3-4 

BY-LAWS -- 6-9 

CHURCH DIRECTORIES 26-33 

CONSTITUTION 5-6 

PROCEEDINGS 11 - 25 

PROGRAM 9-10 

STANDING COMMITTEES 4 

REPORTS: 

Annuity Board 19 

Baptist Foundation 17 

Baptist Hospital 19 

Biblical Recorder 13 

Budget 15 - 16 

Children's Home 18 

Cooperative Program 17 - 18 

Evangelism 13 

Executive Committee 16 - 17 

Historical 20 

Home for the Aging 18 

In Memoriam 23 - 24 

Missions Committee 22 

Missions - Division, Home and Foreign 12 - 13 

Place and Preacher Committee 21 

Resolutions ■ 24-25 

Seminary Extension 21 

Temperance -- 22 

Treasurer's 14- 15 

Truett Camp 21-22 

Vacation Bible School 13 

Woman's Missionary Union 19 

TABLES: 

Historical 43-44 

Statistical 34 - 42 



Associational Directory 



Moderator Dr. W. Thomas Lane 

Vice Moderator Rev. Earl Dendy 

Clerk Rev. Harvey L. Stewart 

Treasurer Mrs. Betty Penland 

Historian Miss Mae McCoy 

SUNDAY SCHOOL OFFICERS 

Sunday School Supt. John Tippett 

Associate Superintendent Charles Cabe 

Secretary Glen Farmer 

Pianist Miss Sandra Hall 

Chorister - --- Jack Powell 

Supt. of Training 

Supt. of Evangelism -- Rev. John R. Willis 

Supt. of Extension Rev. Jim Clayton 

Supt. V.B.S. Mrs. Jack Powell 

DEPARTMENT LEADERS 

Adults Rev. Gene Southard 

Young People Mrs. Clyde Drake 

Intermediate Charles Southards 

Junior Mrs. Donald Seagle 

Primary Mrs. Gene Bateman 

Beginner Mrs. Eugene Pickens 

Nursery Mrs. Gene Hawkins 

Cradle Roll Mrs. Grady Corbin 

TRAINING UNION OFFICERS 

Director -- --- Don Ledford 

Associate Director Marshall Fouts 

Secretary Mrs. Grady Corbin 

Pianist Miss Sharon Johnson 

Chorister - John Johnson 

Pastor Advisor — Rev. M. I. Brock 

Adult Leader J. B. Lenoir 

Young People Mrs. Doris Rickman 

Intermediate Merritt Fouts 

Junior Leader Mrs. Gene Collett 

Primary Leader Mrs. M. I. Brock 

Beginner Leader Mrs. Guy Duvall 

Nursery Leader Mrs. Gene Southards 

WMU OFFICERS 

Director Mrs. Mack P. Neely 

Associate Director Mrs. M. I. Brock 

Secretary & Treasurer Mrs. Roy Rickman 

Corresponding Secretary Mrs. Earl Justice 

W.M.S. Director Mrs. Fannie Gibson 

Y.W.A. Director Mrs. Clyde Drake 

G.A. Director - Mrs. D.A. Rhodes 

Sunbeam Director Mrs. Clarence Mason 

Social Director Mrs. Edd Brogden 

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BROTHERHOOD OFFICERS 

Director Gene Collett 

Vice-President Fred Stiles 

Adult Men Leader 

Young Men's Leader 

R.A. Leader Gardner Holden 

Secretary 

STANDING COMMITTEES 

NOMINATING COMMITTEE: 

MISSION COMMITTEE: Mr. J. C. Jacobs, Rev. Alton Dendy, Rev. Gene Southard, 

Mr. Eugene Pickens, Mr. Fred Stiles and Rev. Ernie Sanders. 
EVANGELISM COMMITTEE: Rev. Jess Cunningham, Rev. and Jud Duval 1, Rev. Cecil 

Frady. 
COMMITTEE ON ORDINATION: Rev. Harvey Stewart, Mr. Cliff Cook, Rev. Guy Duval 1. 
RESOLUTIONS COMMITTEE: Mrs. Fannie Gibson and Mrs. Charles Pickens. 
MUSIC COMMITTEE: Mr. Jack Powell. 
SEMINARY EXTENSION COMMITTEE: Dr. Thomas W. Lane, Rev. M. I. Brock, Mrs. 

Hyldah Shepherd. 
TRUSTEES: Mr. Arvil Parke, Mr. Merritt Fouts and Mr. Stanley Penland. 
PROGRAM & PLACE COMMITTEE: Dr. T. W. Lane, Rev. Earl Dendy, Field-Worker 

Mr. Marshall Fouts and Mr. Roy Rickman. 

COMMITTEE ON DENOMINATIONAL AGENCIES: 

Children Homes Roy Rickman 

Baptist Hospital Bruce Bryant 

Homes for the Aging — John Roper 

Christian Education Mrs. Josephine Cabe 

Biblical Recorder Mrs. Edd Brogden 

Cooperative Program Paul Swafford 

Foreign Missions Miss Barbara Roper 

State Missions Mrs. Dixie Shook 

Home Missions ■ Mrs. Connie Campbell 

Ministers Retirement Rev. Cecil Frady 

COMMITTEE ON PASTORLESS CHURCHES: Missions Committee 

CALENDAR OF ACTIVITIES: Moderator, Vice Moderator, Clerk, Field-Worker, 

Sunday School Supt. , Training Union Director, W.M.U. President and 

Brotherhood President. 



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CONSTITUTION 

As Amended from Time to Time 

ARTICLE I - Name 

This Association shall be known as the Macon Baptist Association. 

ARTICLE II - Object 

The object of this Association shall be: 

1. To cultivate a friendly union among the churches for their mutual 
benefit. 

2. To cooperate with the Baptist State Convention and Southern Baptist 
Convention in the promotion of the causes of Associational Missions, State 
Missions, Home Missions, Foreign Missions, and such other objects as these 
conventions may foster. 

ARTICLE III - Membership 

Section 1. This Association shall be composed of regularly constituted 
Baptist Churches in Macon County who shall be represented at its regular or 
special meetings by duly elected messengers. 

Section 2. This Association shall have the right to determine what churchei 
shall be admitted to its union, and to withdraw fellowship from any, for not 
complying with its rules or with the Articles of its Constitution and By-Laws, 
or for violating orthodox principles as set forth and believed by Southern 
Baptists. 

Section 3. Any church desiring membership in the Association will 
present its request at any regular annual meeting. The request will be re- 
ferred to a Credential Committee appointed by the Association, which com- 
mittee, will examine the church's articles of faith, covenant, form of organi- 
zation and such other matters as deemed necessary. Upon favorable report 
of the committee at the next annual meeting of the Association, the church 
may be received into fellowship by a two-thirds majority vote of the messen- 
gers present. 

Section 4. It shall be a duty of each church to furnish the Association each 
year a letter, on a form provided by the clerk, giving full information and 
statistics provided for on the form; and to send with the letter or by a mes- 
senger a contribution toward the cost of printing the minutes of the Association. 
This letter and accompanying money to cover cost of minutes requested shall 
be in the clerk's hands thirty (30) days prior to annual meeting. 

ARTICLE IV - Meetings 

Section 1. The Association shall meet annually on Thursday evening and 
Friday following the first Sunday in September. The associational year shall 
begin September 1 , and close on August 31 . 

Section 2. The business of the Association shall be transacted by the 
pastors of the several churches, and two messengers from each church, to- 
gether with one additional messenger for every fifty members or fraction 
thereof above the first fifty, with no church having more than fifteen messen- 
gers. 

Section 3. This Association shall be governed in its meetings by such 
rules as may be adopted, amended or set aside by a majority vote of the 
messengers present. "Roberts' Rules of Order" will be the guide in all 
parliamentary matters. 



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ARTICLE V - Officers and Committees 

Section 1. The officers of this Association shall be Moderator, Vice- 
Moderator, Clerk, Treasurer, Historian, and three trustees. 

Section 2. The standing Committees of this Association shall be the 
Executive Committee, the Missions Committee, the Nominating Committee, 
Credential and Ordination Committee, Evangelism Committee, Program and 
Place Committee, and such other committees as the body may direct. The 
Moderator and Associational Missionary shall be Ex-Officio members of all 
standing Committees. 

ARTICLE VI - Associational Missionary 

Section 1. The Association shall employ an Associational Missionary 
whose duties are described as follows: 

(a) Work with and under the general supervision of the Missions Com- 
mittee of the Association in maintaining and directing the Associational Pro- 
gram of Missions. 

(b) Give guidance, counsel, and assistance whenever possible, and/or 
as needed to associational officers, organizations, and committees. 

(c) Share and distribute information concerning plans and activities of 
the N. C. Baptist Convention and the Southern Baptist Convention as they re- 
late to the work and program of the churches. 

(d) Make himself available to each church and pastor, as his schedule 
permits, for any service he might render, such as preaching, teaching and 
counseling. 

(e) Administer or execute any other activities that the Association shall 
direct. 

Section 2. The Associational Missionary shall be called for an indefinite 
term to serve until the relationship is disolved at the request of eigher the 
Missionary or the Association. In either case, at least sixty days notice 
shall be given of termination of the relationship, unless otherwise mututally 
agreed, with both the Missionary and the Association seeking to follow the 
will of God and the leading of the Holy Spirit. 

Section 3. The missionary shall be provided with such salary and ex- 
penses as the Missions Committee shall recommend with the approval of the 
Association. 

ARTICLE VII - Amendments 

This Constitution and By-Laws may be amended at any regular annual 
meeting by a two-thirds majority vote of the messengers present, provided 
the proposed amendment shall have been presented in written form on the 
first day of the annual meeting. The vote on any proposed amendment so 
presented may be deferred until the second day if requested by a majority 
vote of the messengers present. 

BY-LAWS 

ARTICLE I - Election of Officers 

All general officers of this Association shall be elected at each annual 
meeting upon the recommendation of the Nominating Committee. The terms 
of office to begin at the conclusion of the annual meeting and to continue until 
the close of the next annual meeting. Any vacancies occurring in the interim 
shall be filled by the Executive Committee. 



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ARTICLE II - Duties of Officers 

Section 1. THE MODERATOR: The Moderator shall preside over the 
meetings of the Association and discharge such duties as are incumbent on the 
presiding officers of a deliberative body and shall also serve as chairman of 
the Executive Committee. He shall serve not more than two years consecu- 
tively. He shall appoint during the first session committees to report at the 
Annual Associational Meeting. These committees are: Resolutions and any 
other committees. 

Section 2. THE VICE-MODERATOR: The Vice-Moderator shall perform 
the duties of the Moderator in the absence of or at the request of the Modera- 
tor. 

Section 3. THE CLERK: The Clerk shall record and preserve the pro- 
ceedings of the Association and have the same printed and distributed subject 
to the approval of the Moderator and Treasurer. 

Section 4. THE TREASURER: The Treasurer shall preserve all monies 
paid into the body and pay the same upon the instruction of the Association, or 
Missions Committee. He shall make a quarterly report to the Executive Com- 
mittee and an annual report to the Association. 

Section 5. THE HISTORIAN: The Historian shall record and keep a 
record of such items as would be of interest to a future historian, in a book 
kept for that purpose. He shall keep a file of the Associational minutes. 

Section 6. THE TRUSTEES: The Trustees shall be three in number and 
shall hold title to all properties owned by the Association. No conveyance or 
deed-of-trust shall be executed affecting the title of said property except upon 
the instructions of the annual meeting of the Association or the Executive 
Committee. The Trustees shall serve terms of three years with one-third 
elected each year. 

ARTICLE III - The Executive Committee 

Section 1. The Executive Committee shall be composed of the officers 
of the Association, the pastors of the churches of the Association, and one lay 
member from each church. 

Section 2. The lay members shall be elected by the Church and reported 
to the Association on the Annual Associational Letter. The officers of the 
Association, heads of Associational Organizations and pastors are automatic- 
ally on the committee by virtue of the places of leadership they hold in the 
Association. 

Section 3. Duties of the Executive Committee: 

(a) To meet quarterly and upon call of the chairman. 

(b) To act for and on behalf of the Association between sessions. 

(c) To fill vacancies which may occur during the year in the person- 
nel of the Associational Officers or workers for the remainder of such unex- 
pired terms. 

(d) To make such recommendations as it may deem wise for the 
strengthening and upbuilding of the churches and the work of the Association. 

ARTICLE IV - The Missions Committee 

Section 1. The Missions Committee shall be composed of four pastors 
and three laymen nominated by the Nominating Committee. The pastors shall 
be elected for a term of two years with one-half the number being elected 
each year. The laymen shall be elected for a term of three years with one- 
third of the number being elected each year. The committee shall elect its 
chairman and secretary each year. 

Section 2. Duties of the Missions Committee: To lead in our Associational 
Missions Program through: 

(a) General supervision and guidance of the Associational Mission 
Program. 



(b) Seeking out an A ssociational Missionary, making nominations in 
event of vacancy. 

(c) Planning a Program of Activities with the Associational Mission- 
ary. 

(d) The Recommendation of an Associational Budget to the Executive 
Committee meeting just prior to the annual meeting of the Association. 

(e) The supervision of the expenditure of the budget. 

(f) The enlistment of the churches in the active financial support of 
the Associational Mission program. 

ARTICLE V - The Credential and Ordination Committee 

Section 1. The Credential and Ordination Committee shall be composed 
of three pastors and two laymen nominated by the Nominating Committee. 
The first named shall be the chairman. 

Section 2. Duties of the Credential and Ordination Committee: 

(a) Examine applications churches seeking admission into Association. 

(b) Make necessary recommendations to the Association. 

(c) Encourage all churches to follow the leading of the Holy Spirit in 
ordaining men to the Gospel Ministry. 

(d) Upon the invitation of the church conducting the ordination, rep- 
resent the Association on the examining council. 

ARTICLE VI - The Nominating Committee 

Section 1. The Nominating Committee shall be composed of three pastors 
and two laymen to be appointed by the Moderator during the first session of 
each annual Associational Meeting. The first named shall be chairman. 

Section 2. Duties of the Nominating Committee: 

(a) To nominate the general officers of the Association. 

(b) To nominate the Associational Sunday School Superintendent. 

(c) To nominate the Associational Training Union Director. 

(d) To nominate the Orphanage, Hospital, Biblical Recorder, and 
Baptist Home for the aging representatives. 

(e) To nominate Associational Brotherhood president. 

(f) To nominate Associational Music Director. 

(g) To nominate the standing committees that are to function during 
the year between the sessions of the Association. 

(h) To fill vacancies occuring in any of the standing committees during 
the year. 

Section 3. All other officers are to be recommended by the heads of the 
organizations and departments to the Nominating Committee. 

ARTICLE VII - Committee on Evangelism 

Section 1. The Committee on Evangelism shall be composed of three 
members nominated by the Nominating Committee. The first named shall be 
the chairman. 

Section 2. Duties of the Committee on Evangelism: 

(a) Study and keep the Association and trend of Baptism within the 
Association. 

(b) Plan and promote such meetings as will keep the cause of Evan- 
gelism before the Association. 

ARTICLE VIII - Program and Place Committee 

Section 1. This committee shall be composed of the Moderator, Vice- 
Moderator, Associational Missionary and two laymen. 
Section 2. Duties: 

(a) This committee shall plan the program of the annual meeting as to 
time, place, and preacher and all necessary events. 

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(b) This program shall be presented to the Executive Committee at 
its last regular meeting before the Association. 

ARTICLE IX - Reports 

All reports to the Annual Associational Meeting are to be in the Asso- 
ciational Missionary's office thirty (30) days prior to the Annual Associational 
Meeting. 

PROGRAM 

SIXTY-SIXTH ANNUAL SESSION 
SEPTEMBER 11, 1969, 7:30 P.M. 
MACON BAPTIST ASSOCIATION, FRANKLIN 
Night Session: Mashburn Branch Baptist Church 

THEME: "A Church Fulfilling Its Mission Through Evangelism and Missions" 
Scripture: Acts 1 :8 

7:30 Call to Worship Moderator 

Hymn: "To the Work" 

7:35 Scripture, Prayer and Welcome Rev. Frank Garner 

Recognition of Pastors and Visitors Moderator 

Enrollment and Statistics Rev. Harvey L. Stewart 

Reports of Committees on Order of Business—Moderator 

7:50 A Church Fulfilling Its Mission Through Associational Missions 

Associational Missions Rev. J. W. Myers 

State Missions Mr. Fred Stiles 

Home Missions Mr. George H. Roper 

Foreign Missions Mrs. Ray Kinsland 

8:10 A Church Fulfilling Its Mission Through Baptist Literature 

Report on Baptist Literature Biblical Recorder 

Rev. J. W. Myers 

8:30 Hymn: "I Am Resolved" 

8:35 Business 

Executive Promotion Committee Report -- Moderator 

Treasurer's Report Mrs. Betty Penland 

Finance Committee Rev. J. W. Myers 

Missions Committee Report Rev. J. W. Myers 

Miscellaneous Business 

8:40 Solo Mr. Gene Collett 

Annual Sermon and Benediction Rev. Mack Reed 



THEME: 



9:30 

9:40 
9:55 

10:10 
10:20 
10:25 



Day Session: Mount Hope Baptist Church 
September 12, 1969, 9:30 A.M. 

"A Church Fulfilling Its Mission Through Evangelism and Missions' 
Scripture: Same as Night Session 

Hymn: "Christ Receiveth Sinful Men" 

Scripture, Prayer and Welcome Rev. John R. Willis 

Report on Evangelism Rev. J. S. Cunningham 

Report on Cooperative Program Mr. Paul Swafford 

Speaker, State Convention Mr. Tom Green 

Baptist Foundation Mr. C. Gordon Maddrey 

Hymn: "There Is A Fountain Filled With Blood" 

A Church Fulfilling Its Mission Through Social Services 

Children's Home Mrs. Ruby Young 

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Speaker, Children's Home Mr. Hugh Starnes 

Home for the Aging Report Mr. Swann Elliott 

Speaker Home for the Aging Rep, 

Baptist Hospital Report Mr. Bruce Bryant 

Speaker Baptist Hospital Rep. 

11:.10 Report on Ministers' Retirement Rev. Gene Southard 

Speaker Rev. Guy S. Cain 

11:20 Hymn 

Doctrinal Message and Grace for Meal--- Dr. Thomas W. Lane 

12:00 Lunch and Fellowship 

Afternoon Session 
September 12, 1969 



1:00 
1:05 



1:20 



1:50 



2:05 
2:15 
2:20 
2:30 
2:35 



Scripture Rev. M. I. Brock 

Report of Associational Committees 

Report of Nominating Committee Rev. M. I. Brock 

Place and Preacher Committee Moderator 

A Church Fulfilling Its Mission Through Education 

Fruitland Baptist Bible Institute Mr. Gary Harthcock 

Seminary Extension Report Dr. Thomas W. Lane 

Truitt Camp Rev. Jessie Baily 

A Church Fulfilling Its Mission Through Associational Programs 

Vacation Bible School Report Mrs. Mary Powell 

Brotherhood Report Mr. Gus Baldwin 

W.M.U. Report Mrs. Mack Neely 

G.A. Report Mrs. D. A. Rhodes 

Church Training Report Mr. Sam Saunders 

Sunday School Report Mr. Roger Seay 

Christian Education Report Mr. Jack Powell 

Music Committee Report Mr. Jack Powell 

Deacons' Meetings Report Mr. Charles Cabe 

Scripture and Prayer Honoring the Deceased—Mrs. Jeter Higdon 

Report of the Resolutions Committee Mrs. Jeter Higdon 

Report of the Historian Miss May McCoy 

Hymn 

Inspirational Message and Installation of Officers 
for 1969 & 1970, & Benediction Rev. Guy Duval 1 



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PROCEEDINGS 

of the 
Sixty-Sixth Annual Session 

of the 
Macon Baptist Association 

THEME: "A Church Fulfilling Its Mission Through Evangelism and Missions" 

The Macon Baptist Association met in its Sixty-Sixth Annual Session with 
the Mashburn Branch Baptist Church on Thursday evening September 11, 1969. 

Thursday Evening - September 11, 1969 

1. The Association was called to order by J. C. Jacobs, Moderator at 
7:30 P.M., Mr. Jack Powell, led in singing "To the Work" with Mrs. Glen 
Farmer at the piano. Rev. Frank Garner read John 14:7-12 and led in prayer. 

2. Rev. Frank Garner, Host Pastor, welcomed the sixty-sixth session to 
the Mashburn Branch Baptist Church. 

3. The Moderator recognized pastors and visitors at this time, also a 
welcome was extended to new pastors of the association. 

4. The report on enrollment and statistics was submitted by H. L. Stewart 
The clerk had received 45 letters, representing 91 messengers present and 37 
churches represented. 

The clerk moved that the 48 duly appointed messengers of the churches 
would constitute the governing body of the association. 

The clerk moved the adoption of the statistical summary and other 
duly appointed messengers who may arrive later constitute the Sixty-Sixth 
Annual Session of the Macon Baptist Association. Report adopted. 

5. Motion was made and seconded for the adoption of the printed program 
with necessary modifications. Motion carried. 

6. J. W. Myers, Chairman of Missions Committee and Finance Committee 
presented the budget for the coming year. Rev. Myers suggested with the in- 
crease of missions giving to build a home for the Associational Missionary. 
Adoption of this budget was moved by J. W. Myers. Report adopted. 

7. The Moderator appointed the Nominating Committee for the coming year 
as follows: Rev. Jess Cunningham, Rev. Jim Crayton, Rev. H. L. Stewart, Mr. 
John Tippett, Mr. Merritt Fouts. 

8. Rev. J. W. Myers Associate Associational Missionary was recognized 
who spoke to his report. 

ASSOCIATIONAL MISSIONARY'S REPORT 

They went forth and preached everywhere, the Lord working with them. 

Mark 16:20 

One of the greatest tasks that the Association as an organization has is 
supplementing and helping each Baptist Church to work together for the ad- 
vancement of the Kingdom of God. 

We believe that the chief task of the church is to create a warm, loving, 
spiritual atmosphere in order that the Holy Spirit can do His work in the 
hearts and lives of our people. God is calling for world-wide witnesses, 
individuals and groups who will preach the Good News everywhere, trusting 
in God to work through them. 

To the churches, pastors, and Associational workers, along with each 
individual, who has and who are contributing to the work in any way, we want 
to express our appreciation to you and Almighty God for the blessings that 
have been ours during these months. 

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They went forth and preached everywhere, the Lord working with them. 
Let us accept the challenge and go everywhere preaching, with the Lord working 
through us. 

Respectfully submitted, J. W. Myers, Associate Assoc. 

Missionary 

9. The Divisions of Missions report prepared by Mr. Fred Stiles was 
received as information. 

DIVISION OF MISSIONS 

The Division of Missions works through six departments and various special 
ized ministries. In order to serve more effectively there is a Department 
of City Metropolitan Missions (centers over 2,500 population); Town and 
Country (towns under 2,500 population and all rural areas); Fruitland Baptist 
Bible Institute; Deaf Work; Interracial Cooperation; and recently approved 
Department of Chapliancy Ministry. In addition, there are specialized 
ministries at Cherokee; in military areas; and the following institutions: 
Leonard Training School; Samarcand Training School; McCain Sani tori urn; 
Odom Prison; and Morrison Training School. 

The leadership of the Division of Missions is emphasizing the salvation 
of the whole man. Our approach is based upon deep convictions concerning the 
necessity of both faith and works. 

Respectfully submitted, Fred Stiles 

10. The Home Missions Report prepared by Mr. George Roper was received as 
information. 

HOME MISSION REPORT 

In the face of an inflationary economy and moral problems, national and 
international tensions the "Home Mission Board" is dedicated and committed 
to the objective of assisting Southern Baptist in bringing men to God 
through Jesus Christ our Lord. We cannot be complacent when more and more 
are facing more complex problems and they have deeper spiritual needs then 
ever before. Christ is the answer to men's problems. 

Home Missions involves every church and every Christian. 

The Cooperative Program is the basic means of support for this work along 
with the Annie Armstrong Offering. Personal witnessing, evangelism, and 
associational work are made possible by support from these sources. 

Will you become involved in Missions for Christ by giving. 

Respectfully submitted, George H. Roper 

11. The Foreign Missions report was moved for adoption by Mrs. Gladys 
Kins! and. 

FOREIGN MISSIONS REPORT 

We have 2,371 missionaries in 69 countries today telling lost people how 
to be saved. There are 5,154 organized Baptist Churches, of which 3,672 are 
self supporting. Baptisms totaled 50,003, giving a membership of 611,470. 
Baptist schools on mission fields total 837 with 87,597 students. Among 
these schools, there are 317 kindergartens, 342 elementary schools, 95 high 
schools, 20 colleges, 9 training schools for girls, and 8 vocational schools 
for boys. 

Baptists have 21 hospitals and 83 clinics on our foreign fields. We 
treated 47,586 patients during the past year. There are 56 missionary doctors 
working and 63 nurses. Bibles and Christian literature have been distributed 

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to these sick people. We also support 800 children in 16 orphanages. It is 
good for our Baptist members here at home to have a part in giving the gospel 
to all people in the world. 

May God richly bless our Macon County Association as each church contributed 
in the name of Christ. 

Respectfully submitted, Mrs. Gladys Kinsland 

12. In absence of Mrs. Jack Powell, Rev. J. W. Myers moved the adoption 
of Vacation Bible School Report. Report adopted. 

VACATION BIBLE SCHOOL REPORT 

At this time, we have received 17 reports of Bible Schools and are hoping 
for more to come in later. Many churches have reported exceptionally good 
schools this year. 

Six churches in the Macon Association used the summer worker this year, one 
of these churches being the Bethlehem (colored) church in East Franklin. 

At no time in V.B.S. work can we feel that we are ready to relax and rest 
on past merits, as there remains much work to be done and many churches to be 
reached with Bible Schools. No area of our church program offers a better 
means of teaching Bible truths to boys and girls than Vacation Bible School. 

Respectfully submitted, Mrs. Jack Powell 

13. The Biblical Recorder report was received as information. 

BIBLICAL RECORDER REPORT 

The year 1969 has been one of the most significant in the 136-year history 
of the Biblical Recorder. 

Our pages this year have carried a variety of reports of the activities 
of Baptists all across the state. Early this spring membership in our 3,454 
churches passed the one million mark--an historic milestone. We also carried 
numerous stories and reports of the progress of the Crusade of the Americas. 

Whenever something significant was happening among North Carolina Baptists, 
our readers were aware of it. We hope to offer expanded coverage in the future 
and will always strive to improve our effort. We want to be good stewards of 
the trust North Carolina Baptists have placed in us. 

Naturally, we hope that this stewardship will be rewarded with more 
participation in readership in our churches. The Recorder should be in eyery 
Baptist home. 

We will continue to speak the truth in love. 

Respectfully submitted, J. Marse Grant, Editor Biblical Recorder 

14. EVANGELISM REPORT 



Basic Purpose: The main purpose of the Division of Evangelism is to 
challenge pastors, church leaders and members, and other leaders of Baptist 
institutions under the guidance of the Holy Spirit to have a proper Biblical 
understanding of total evangelism and to practice New Testament evangelism in 
all areas of life. 

1. Study and evaluate the specific needs of associations and churches with 
regard to the involvement of members in total evangelism. 

2. Encourage pastors and members to attend the State Evangelism Conference, 
We are also indeed grateful for the Macon Baptist Revival. We are grateful 

for the committees and to those who made it possible. We are thankful for the 
hearts that were revived and most grateful for those who were saved. 
Respectfully submitted, Rev. J. S. Cunningham 



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TREASURER'S REPORT 



July 1, 1968 through June 30, 1969 



Amount Brought Forward from Previous Year 

Associational 
Contributions Missions 

Bethel ^^T- 

Black Mountain $ 36.00 

Briartown 70.00 

Buck Creek 

Burningtown 85.00 

Calvary 10.00 

Cartoogechaye 250.00 

Clear Creek 75.87 

Cowee — 356.00 

Coweeta 42.50 

East Franklin 19.08 

Ellijay 30.00 

Franklin, First 1,570.00 

Goldmine 60.00 

Higdonville 120.00 

Highlands - 275.00 

Holly Springs 363.96 

Iotla 300.00 

Liberty 51.00 

Longview 132.00 

Mashburn Branch 75.00 

Mt. Hope — — 200.00 

Mountain Grove 5.00 

Nantahala 

Newman's Chapel 139.44 

Oak Dale—— 10.30 

Oak Grove 110.00 

Pine Grove 48.00 

Prentiss 42.00 

Ridgecrest 120.00 

Shortoff 80.76 

Sugarfork 110.00 

Tellico 

Walnut Creek — 35.00 

Watauga 75.00 

Wells Grove 113.00 

West Franklin 90.00 

West Union 

White Oak Flats 

Windy Gap 60.00 

N.C. Baptist Convention 1,680.00 

Oscar Rickman 5.00 

Rev. Mack Reed 5.00 

Mrs. Cecil Frady 6.00 

Rev. Howard Willis 20.00 

Windy Gap (Singing Convention 

Gift) 12.06. 

Howard Willis (Refund on 

expenses to Bap.St.Conv. )- 6.00 

H. S. Dendy 5.00 

Rev. Claude Ledford 5.00 



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Minutes 


Total 


$c ,u^u . / 


$ 5.00 


$ 5.00 




8.00 


44.00 




10.00 


80.00 




6.00 


6.00 




5.00 


90.00 




6.00 


16.00 




20.00 


270.00 




22.00 


97.87 




20.00 


376.00 
42.50 




2.00 


21.08 
30.00 




15.00 


1,585.00 




15.00 


75.00 




10.00 


130.00 




4.00 


279.00 




11.00 


374.96 




10.00 


310.00 




5.00 


56.00 




10.00 


142.00 




12.00 


87.00 




10.00 


210.00 




4.00 


9.00 




3.00 


3.00 




20.00 


159.44 




4.00 


14.30 




6.00 


116.00 
48.00 




10.00 


52.00 




15.00 


135.00 




6.00 


86.76 




12.00 


122.00 




6.00 


6.00 




5.00 


40.00 




12.00 


87.00 




12.00 


125.00 




6.00 


96.00 




4.00 


4.00 




12.00 


12.00 




5.00 


65.00 

1,680.00 

5.00 

5.00 

6.00 

20.00 

12.06 

6.00 
5.00 
5.00 


(Continued) 



Associational 

Contri buti ons (Conti nued ) Missions Minutes Total 

Miss Mae McCoy % TTHK5 $ TOD" 

Swan Elliott $ 1.00 1.00 

H. H. Plemmons 1.00 1.00 

Cowee Baptist 

(Mimeograph paper) 2.65 2.65 

Mrs. Mary Powell 

(V.B.S. Clinic)— 1.84 1.84 

Total Contributions 

for Quarter $6,918.46 $350.00 $7,268.46 $7,268.46 

Total including Balance from previous year $9,964.20 

DISBURSEMENTS: 

Office Rent $ 180.00 

Office Phone 199.61 

Office Supplies 51.15 

Postage 93.36 

P.O. Box Rent 4.80 

Mimeograph Machine Repair 10.50 

Rev. Howard Willis (Salary) 4,349.97 

Rev. Howard Willis (Social Security for 10 months) — 200.00 
Rev. J. W. Myers (Salary as part-time field worker)— 320.00 
Rev. Howard Willis (Expenses to Evangelistic Conf.)— 40.00 
Rev. Howard Willis (Expenses to Baptist State Conv.)- 35.00 

Rev. Howard Willis (Christmas Bonus) 50.00 

Charles Michael Dillenger (Clerk's Salary for October 

through December, 1968) 25.00 

Mrs. Cecil Frady (Clerk's Salary for July through 

September, 1968) 25.00 

Mrs. Cecil Frady (Clerk's Salary for previous 

Associational year) 60.00 

Baptist Book Store (Film for V.B.S.) 2.63 

Missouri Baptist Press (Printing of Minutes) 280.01 

Rev. Cecil Frady (Car Expenses for Mission Committee)- 6.00 
Mrs. Doris Rickman (W.M.U. Budget for Year) 125.00 

Total Disbursements $6,058.03 $6,058.03 

Balance $3,906.17 

Amount transferred from Checking Account to 

Savings Account with Macon County Bldg. and Loan $2,503.28 

Balance on Hand June 30, 1969 $1,402.89 

Total in Savings Account, Macon County Building and Loan Assoc. $3,058.08 

(Includes $68.99 Interest Earned during Year) 

Respectfully submitted, Betty Jane Penland, Treasurer 

17. BUDGET 

For 
1969-1970 

SALARIES: 

Field Workers' Salary - $5,200.00 

Treasurer's Salary - 100.00 

Clerk's Salary 100.00 

Total Salaries $5,400.00 

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GENERAL EXPENSE: 

Field Worker's Housing $1,500.00 

Field Worker's Travel Expense 800.00 

Field Worker's Convention Expense 300.00 

Field Worker's Annuity 400.00 

Office Rent 180.00 

Office Phone 225.00 

Printing of Minutes (extras) 60.00 

Office Supplies and Postage 225.00 

Total General Expenses $3,690.00 

PROMOTIONAL EXPENSES: 

Sunday School --$ 50.00 

Training Union 50.00 

Brotherhood and RA — 50.00 

WMU — 125.00 

Music Department 25.00 

Missions Committee 25.00 

Vacation Bible School — -- 25.00 

Total Promotional Expense I 350.00 

GRAND TOTAL — $9,440.00 

Less Convention Supplement — 2,600.00 

To Be Raised By the Churches 6,840.00 

18. EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE REPORT 

During the past year the Executive Promotion Committee of the Macon 
Baptist Association met three times in regular session. 

First Meeting, October 3, 1968, the following was transacted - 

1. Reports from the various organizations were heard and approved. 

2. Continuation of State aid for Associational Missions was approved. 

3. Mrs. Betty Penland was unanimously elected as Associational 
Treasurer for the years 1968-1969. 

4. Some discussion was had in regard to Truett Baptist Camp Funds. 
Second Meeting, January 13, 1969. 

1. Letter of resignation as Associational Clerk for Rev. Dellinger 
was read and approved. (Rev. Dellinger moved to a new field) 

2. Reports from Organizations were read and approved. 

3. Motion was made and approved to transfer certain funds from the 
general funds to Macon County Building & Loan Association. This was approved 
making a total of $3,000.00 bearing interest. 

Third Meeting, July 10, 1969. 

1. Reports from organizations read and approved. 

2. Motion was made and approved that an amount from the treasure be 
put in the Macon Saving & Loan Association at the discretion of the budget 
committee and the Associational Treasurer. 

3. It was decided to have the Associational Minutes printed by 
Missouri Baptist Press, Jefferson City, Mo. 

4. Letter of resignation from the Field-Worker was read and approved, 
Rev. Howard Willis. 

5. Rev. M. I. Brock Chairman of the Nominating Committee presented 
the following recommendations to fill present vacancies: 

A. Rev. H. L. Stewart, Associational Clerk. 

B. Rev. Gene Southard, Annuity Board Report. 

C. Mr. Paul Swafford, Cooperative Program Report. 

D. Mr. Arvil Parker, Truitt Camp Report. 

6. Mission Committee presented a new budget and it was approved to 
present to the Associational Annual Meeting in September. 

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7. Mission Committee made the following report. 

A. Contacts had been made with regard to securing a Field-Worker 
for the Macon Association. 

B. There is a definite need for a home for a Field-Worker to live 
in and it was felt that a total of some $6,500.00 could be had to pay on a 
home. 

C. It was ask that this need be stressed in all churches during 
the Week of Prayer for Associational Missions and an Offering be taken for a 
home. 

8. Proposed Budget for 1969 - 1970 was read and approved. 

9. Macon County Baptist Revival at the Fair Grounds was emphasized. 

Respectfully submitted, J. C. Jacobs 

19. Friday Morning September 12, 1969 

Mt. Hope Baptist Church 

Mt. Hope Baptist Church was host for this session. Vice-Moderator, 
Earl Dendy, called the meeting to order 9:30 A.M. Mr. Corbin led the singing, 
"Christ Receiveth Sinful Men". 

20. Host pastor, John R. Willis, welcomed this session of the Association 
to Mt. Hope Baptist Church. He read the scripture Acts 1:8. Prayer was led 
by Rev. Jim Cray ton. 

21. Baptist Foundation Report was received by the Vice Moderator as infor- 
mation. 

FOUNDATION REPORT 

The assets of the North Carolina Baptist Foundation, Inc., have now 
reached beyond the one million dollar ($1,000,000) mark, including trust funds 
and real estate. Since the reactivation of the Foundation, around 1962, the 
total assets have increased from $350,000 to the present excess of slightly 
over one million. This is positive proof that the Baptists of North Carolina 
have discovered that the Foundation is really a service arm of the Baptist 
Convention of North Carolina. 

The Foundation has again this year put particular interest upon the 
making of wills. Several of our churches have used the facilities of the 
Foundation to conduct Will Clinics and reports from these clinics indicate 
that they were most successful. We have also had an opportunity to counsel 
with many people concerning their own wills, and in some instances we have 
provided the information and direction necessary for inclusion of Baptist 
causes in their will . 

We have had a most successful year and can attest to the fact that the 
Foundation is on the move and is rendering service to individual Baptists 
in a most concrete way. 

Respectfully submitted, C. Gordon Maddrey, Executive Secretary 

22. COOPERATIVE PROGRAM REPORT 

Tom Green spoke to the Cooperative Program Report. He emphasized our re- 
sponsibility as stewards and asked, "What have you done?" He reemphasized 
what Jesus said, "Will you do something for me?" 

When the word "stewardship" is used most of us begin to see dollar signs 
$$$! If we think of stewardship only in terms of money we miss the mark in 
our concepts. Stewardship means responsibility -- responsibility in all areas 
of life. We are stewards or trustees of our time, our talents and our 
abilities. The Christian attitude is that we are responsible beings and must 
one day give account to our Maker for all that God provides. 

The Cooperative Program is the main channel for supporting World Missions, 
Christian Education, Social Services and an ever expanding State Mission pro- 
gram. The goal for these causes this year is $6,750,000. 

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As dedicated Christian stewards, will you try to lead your church: 

1. To use a stewardship program to help subscribe your own church 
budget. 

2. To increase the percentage of the offering plate dollar given 
through the Cooperative Program. 

On your invitation we stand ready to assist in every way possible. 
Respectfully submitted, Paul Swafford 

23. BAPTIST CHILDREN'S HOME REPORT 

Among church supported agencies, North Carolina Baptists are fortunate 
to have one of the finest programs in the nation for the care and development 
of dependent children and for strengthening and supporting family life. This 
is an application of the teaching and example of Christ in His earthly 
ministry. More than 1,200 children and their families are served annually. 

More requests for services are now coming to the Baptist Children's Homes 
than at any time in our previous history. 

The contribution of our Baptist people through the Cooperative Program, 
the Thanksgiving Offering and special gifts are essential to our continued 
operation and are received with deep appreciation. An increasing number of 
friends are finding a rewarding stewardship opportunity through the establish- 
ment of trusts for the Homes and by means of wills and estate planning for 
the needs of dependent children. Members of the staff are available for 
consultation in estate planning and the preparation of wills. 

Respectfully submitted, Mrs. Ruby Young 

Mr. Terrell spoke to the Children's Home Report. 

1. He brought to mind giving gifts in lieu of flowers and the donar 
would receive recognition. 

2. Children that were at the Children's Homes are living throughout the 
state and nation. 

3. The building of the new home at Waynesvi lie-Clyde, N.C. 

4. A home will be opened in Asheville for unwed mothers. 

24. HOMES FOR THE AGING REPORT 

These wonderful people are finding much happiness in Christian companion- 
ship with persons of their age group , and great security in knowing that they 
will be loved and cared for in sickness as well as in health. 

It is a deeply rewarding experience to see the light and joy of Christ 
on an older person's face and to hear words of deep appreciation almost daily 
for the Christian love and nurture that North Carolina Baptists are making 
possible through this ministry. We believe, therefore, that our Baptist 
people will want to have an ever-increasing part in so worthy a labor of love 
in the Master's Name. We know that the Lord will not fail us, and we also 
believe that our people will want to be as faithful as possible. 

Respectfully submitted, Swann Elliott 

25. Dr. McGee spoke to the Hospital Report and answered the three leading 
questions concerning hospital care. 

1. Free Service - Free service are still available but on a limited 
scale. 

2. Why The Cost So Much? The pay of the employees must be in line with 
the pay in other fields. 

3. Why Pay In Advance? Unless one is covered by insurance they are 
asked to make a down payment when admitted. 



BAPTIST HOSPITAL REPORT 

Our Medical Center continues a high quality program of medical care, 
training of medical personnel, and research in the causes and treatment of 
the diseases which afflict us. In the face of serious financial problems, the 
hospital staff is working more diligently than ever to minister to our people 
in keeping with their needs and to the limit of the hospital's resources. 

It is important that our people understand that all of the Mother's Day 
Offerings and designated gifts for this ministry are used for this purpose 
alone, and the hospital makes them go as far as it possibly can. The Trustees 
and Administration of the hospital are most grateful for the fine cooperation 
our pastors and our people are giving, and they earnestly solicit our under- 
standing and generous support. 

Respectfully submitted, Bruce Bryant 

26. Rev. Guy Cain spoke to the Annuity Board Report. He encouraged the 
churches to get concerned about their pastors. He stated that God calls 
preachers to the ministry and He calls people to support their pastors. 

ANNUITY BOARD REPORT 

To meet the needs of retiring ministers, church staff members, and 
denominational employees, the Annuity Board has developed the Southern Baptist 
Protection Program to provide an adequate retirement income. As the infla- 
tionary trend continues, many churches and agencies are upgrading their retire- 
ment programs by contributing 10% of total salary. The Annuity Board and 
state conventions heartily recommend this action. 

Highlights of 1968 

1 . 3,451 new members in the Southern Baptist Protection Program. 

2. 23,714 members now participating in Plan "A", 1,538 more than in 

1967. 

3. 18,086 churches providing protection for their pastors. 

4. 145 agencies providing protection for 9,894 employees. 

5. $173,863 given in relief grants. 

6. $6,543,169 paid in total relief and protection benefits. 

7. 3,106 applications for Health Benefit Plan, 1,677 net gain. 

8. 790 applications for Life Benefit Plans, 134 net gain. 

27. WOMAN'S MISSIONARY UNION REPORT 

Today there is change in every area of life. 

Woman's Missionary Union has also experienced change this year. The 
message of W.M.U. remains the same, "Missions" ; to teach missions, to lead 
persons to participate in missions; through giving for the support of missions, 
through ministering and witnessing through mission action, to provide organi- 
zation and leadership for special mission projects of the church and to provide 
and interpret information regarding the work of the church and the denomination, 
The sole purpose is helping others to come to Christ and training these to 
grow in grace and in knowledge of our Lord and Saviour, Jesus Christ. This 
message remains the same, but the methods have changed. Now the organizational 
structure is more simple, more flexible, and more active than ever before. 

We in Macon Association W.M.U. entered a new year under the leadership of 
the Holy Spirit, consistent prayer and much preparation as we faced the 
challenge to become acquainted with the new changes and to be willing to learn 
and to be led of God. 

Respectfully submitted, Mrs. Mack P. Neely 



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28. TRAINING UNION REPORT 

Training Union is very important to all ages of people. 

We hope to see all the churches in Macon Association have Training Unions 
"M" night was observed in December, and we had a good program. 

We have good workers in Macon Association. We pray for the officers in 
the coming year that we may have a wonderful year in all our church and asso- 
ciational work. 

Respectfully submitted, Sam C. Saunders 

29. HISTORICAL REPORT 

All Christians are commanded by God to witness for him and to serve him 
where they live. He has called us to send others where we cannot go. Have 
we Christians, of Macon Baptist Association, obeyed these commands? The 
following report will not fully answer this, but it will perhaps help us to take 
a closer look at ourselves. 

A number of churches in Macon Association took part in the wonderfully 
planned program of the "Crusade of the Americas." Reports of these revivals 
were very encouraging and rewarding. 

The film, "Bill Wallace of China", was shown in the Macon Theatre in 
December of 1968. This was a rare opportunity to further one's understanding 
and appreciation of our great mission work that Baptists are doing. 

Pastors are taking advantage of the opportunities of attending meetings, 
clinics, and study groups to broaden their views and enrich their lives 
through Southern Baptist Conventions, Bible School Clinics, State Evangelistic 
Conferences, Mars Hill Study group, and many others. 

For those who attended the Evangelistic Conference held at Greensboro, 
N.C. February 3-5, 1969, we are grateful and wish that more of our pastors 
could have been there. All reports indicate that this one was the best yet. 
Over 3,000 filled the building. Many were standing in aisles or just any place 
they could get to hear the great men speak. This reminds one of the song we 
sing so often which says: "We love to tell the story, For those who know it 
(message of salvation or God's word) best, Seem hungering and thirsting to hear 
it like the rest." 

Our churches have responded very well to the appeal made to them for funds 
to help in the building of the Children's Home now being constructed near Clyde, 
N. C. 

Church buildings and ground improvements are as follows: Pine Grove 
Church put on a new roof; Mashburn Branch has installed new furniture and pro- 
vided a choir loft; Tellico has installed a new heating system, improved the 
water system and restrooms; Burningtown voted to construct a new front on the 
church; Black Mountain bought a new piano; Oak Dale cleared a lot given to the 
church by Lawrence Roper (this will be used as a cemetery); Iotla has furnished 
the pastor's study and purchased fifty folding chairs for the church fellow- 
ship hall; Windy Gap has painted the sanctuary inside, bricked the outside, 
installed new guttering, and put in new windows; Gold Mine has installed a new 
overhead heating system; Cartoogechaye has put new carpeting in the aisles and 
front; Rose Creek is enlarging their present church building; Higdonville has 
provided a new classroom for the young people's department and is purchasing 
new furniture to coordinate the Sunday School classrooms with the sanctuary. 
Respectfully submitted, Miss Mae McCoy, Historian 



30. Due to Dr. W. Thomas Lane being sick, his alternate, Rev. John R. 
Willis brought the Doctrinal message. He read the scripture from Eph .2:1-10. 
Message, "God's Grace". 

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31. Rev. Willis pronounced the benediction and asked God's blessings upon 
the noon day meal. Adjournment 12:00 noon. 

Friday Afternoon - September 12, 1969 

32. Song led by Mr. Corbin. Scripture read by Rev. H. L. Stewart, 
I Cor. 13th Chapter. Prayer. 

33. Business session conducted by Vice-Moderator, Rev. Earl Dendy. 

34. PLACE AND PREACHER REPORT 

Newmans Chapel Baptist Church (night session) September 10. 
Rev. Cecil Frady will deliver Annual Sermon. 
Holly Springs Baptist Church (day session) September 11. 
Rev. M. I. Brock will deliver Doctrinal Sermon. 

35. SEMINARY EXTENSION REPORT 

The Division of Christian Higher Education of the Baptist State Convention 
functions chiefly through the Council. The Council membership is made up 
of the eighteen members of the Education Committee of the General Board, seven 
college presidents, seven chairmen of boards of trustees, and seven academic 
deans. Ex-officio members include the president of the Convention, president 
of the General Board, General Secretary-Treasurer of the Convention, and the 
president of the state Woman's Missionary Union. 

Dr. Ben C. Fisher is director of the Division of Christian Higher 
Education and executive secretary of the Council. 

All colleges have regularly scheduled chapel services which provide an 
opportunity for worship, meditation, scripture, prayer, music and preaching. 
Baptist colleges are not only concerned with the special role of training 
the Christian vocational worker, but they are also concerned with teaching 
and training churchmen who will take Christian views and sympathies into any 
vocation which they enter. 

The Cooperative Program is the Baptist College lifeline. Administrations, 
faculties, students, trustees, and alumni are deeply grateful to North Carolina 
Baptists for this support. 

The Baptist College Day offering has become another significant means of 
financial support to our Baptist colleges, and each church is urged to 
participate. 

Respectfully submitted, Jack Powell 

36. TRUETT BAPTIST CAMP REPORT 

Rev. Jesse Bailey spoke to this report. He showed slides of the camp and 
all the phases of the camp work. 

The attendance was the best it has been in several years. It may have 
been the best ever. Every week's attendance exceeded the largest week of 
1968. The Girls' Camps were so popular we had to add an extra week. There 
was an average attendance of 35 campers for the four weeks of Girls' Camps, 
plus an average staff of 9 each week. The Boys' Camps averaged 30 campers 
with 9 staffers weekly. The average attendance for the full seven weeks was 
33 campers plus 9 staffers. This gave a total average of 42 per week. 

There was an average of 5 different associations represented each week. 
Every association in Region 10 was represented during the season except one. 

The finances increased considerably over last year. Last year only 9 
churches from 5 associations contributed. They gave a total of $1,186.99. 
This year witnessed 30 churches from 6 associations giving $2,522.91. But 
even with the marked increase there are yet 220 churches in Region 10 who have 
not contributed anything. In order to improve the Camp as desired and planned, 

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the Camp's income from the churches must increase far beyond what it presently 
receives. Certainly these churches that do not regularly give to the Camp 
should be urged to share in this ministry for Christ. 

Each year the Spirit of God makes Himself known in the lives of the 
campers. This year was no exception. Almost every camper attending made some 
type of decision for Christ. Thirty of those attending received Jesus as their 
Lord and Saviour. There were a total of 107 decisions for Christ recorded 
during the camp season. These youngsters commiting their lives to Christ is 
a blessing that far exceeds all that was expended at Truett Camp in either 
time, talent or money. 

Yes, we praise the Lord for all His marvelous blessing. But we also 
realize that there remains much more to do. Until we can completely remodel 
the kitchen, and until we can erase the $1,500 owing on two notes, we must 
postpone all further enlargement plans. To pay off the notes and remodel 
the kitchen means we need to raise approximately $3,000 immediately. A 
plan to seek to raise money from individuals, over and above the church con- 
tributions, has not met with much success as yet. However, we are still 
working on it. 

If those churches that are not giving will begin supporting the camp with 
regular gifts, and some of those already giving would increase their gifts, 
there is no limit to what can be done for the glory of God at Truett Camp next 
year. Lead your church into supporting Your camp, George W. Truett Baptist 
Camp, with your gifts and your children. 

Respectfully submitted, Arvel Parker 

37. MISSION COMMITTEE REPORT 

The Mission Committee met several times last year trying to carry out 
the task that was given us. 

There was some three or four contacts made in regard to securing a Field- 
Worker to serve us in Macon Baptist Association. When the contacts were made 
and we had no place for a Field-Worker to live this ended the contact with the 
ones that we talked with. 

In the July meeting of the Executive Committee we recommended to build 
a home for a Field-Worker to live in. The Executive Committee gave us per- 
mission to secure a lot for a home and this we have been working on. 

Thanks to everyone for your support. 

Respectfully submitted, J. W. Myers, Chairman 

38. TEMPERANCE REPORT 

From one standpoint this has been a very good year for those who are 
deeply concerned about the beverage alcohol situation in North Carolina. The 
1969 General Assembly wrestled with some issues which if they had passed, would 
have greatly liberalized the laws relating to sales, and would thereby have 
increased the consumption of alcohol. Every State that has adopted liquor- 
by-the-drink sales has seen an increase in per capita consumption in that state. 

We are rejoicing in some of the bills that were passed: 

The implied Consent bill which calls for a mandatory loss of license upon 
refusal to take the test for driving under the influence of alcohol. 

A bill to increase taxes on beer and whiskey, Tax on beer up from 3.5 cents 
to 5<£ per 12 oz. container. Tax on whiskey up 30<£ per fifth and due to go up 
more. 

Special contributions are always joyfully received. We represent you in 
this work. Remember to pray for the work and workers; and give us your 
financial support. 

Respectfully submitted, D. P. McFarland, Executive Director 



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IN MEMORIAM 



BRIARTOWN: 

Mr. Carl Cross 
Mr. Darrel Edwards 
Mr. Stanley Shields 
Mrs. Rebecca May 
Mrs. S. J. Waters 

BUCKCREEK: 

Mrs. Dorthy Brown 

BURNINGTOWN: 

Mrs. Myrtle Smith 

CALVARY : 

Mr. L. H. Bingham 

CARTOOGECHAYE: 

Mrs. Isabelle Farmer 
Mrs. Mattie Williamson 
Mr. Mac D. Dills 

CLEAR CREEK: 

Mrs. Agnes Talley 
Mr. Joe A. Wilson 

COWEE: 

Mr. Perry Brendle 
Mr. William Jones 



HIGHLANDS, FIRST: (Continued) 
Mrs. Mildred Barnes 
Mrs. Helen A. Brous 
Mrs. Marie 0' Shields 

HOLLY SPRINGS: 

Mr. Vinson Liner 
Miss Minnie Seay 

IOTLA: 

Mrs. Ella Swafford 

Mrs. May Swafford 

Mrs. Lou Liner 

KETTLE ROCK: 

Mrs. Annie Ziegler 
Mr. Louie Neely 

LIBERTY: 

Mr. James Poindexter (Deacon' 

Mr. Eastman Painter 

Mr. Tom Allen 

Mrs. Hattye B. Green 

Mr. Sherman Messer 

LONGVIEW: 

Mr. Freeman Hasting 



ELLIJAY: 

Mr. Gordon Evitt 

FRANKLIN, FIRST: 

Mr. Harley Ramsey 

Mrs. Frank (Eloise) Potts 

Mrs. Silar Womack 

Dr. G. B. Woodward 

Mrs. C. D. Baird, Sr. 

Mr. Fred Cabe 

Mrs. 0. S. Wood 

Mrs. Dave Blaine 

Mrs. F. E. Brown 

Mr. Alex Moore 

Mrs. Elizabeth Silar 

GOLD MINE: 

Mr. Arvil Keener 
Mrs. Ethel Sondheimer 

HIGHLANDS, FIRST: 

Mrs. Annie Pierson 
Mr. Dave Wiley 
Mrs. Ed Rogers 
Mr. Morris Calloway 
Mr. J. E. Hicks 
Mr. Gus Baty 
Mr. Norman Angel 



MASHBURN BRANCH: 

Mrs. Irene Carter 
Mrs. Hattie Sorrells 

MT. HOPE: 

Mr. Fred Lewis 
Mrs. Anna McGee 

NANTAHALA NO. 2: 

Mrs. Nora Rowland 

NEWMANS CHAPEL: 

Mrs. Callie Vinson 

OAK GROVE: 

Earley Bradley 
Grover Bowen 
Bobby Welch 
Turner Breedlove 
Myrtle Bradley 

PINE GROVE: 

Mr. James Holland 
Mr. G. G. Watkins 

PLEASANT HILL: 

Mrs. Connie Bateman 

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(Continued 



PRENTIS: 

Hazel Sanders 
John Sanders 

RIDGECREST: 

Guy Buchanan 

SUGAR FORK: 

Mr. W. H. Teem (Deacon) 
Mrs. Roxie Crisp Teem 
Mr. Burt Mashburn 

TELLICO: 

Mr. Bryan DeHart 
Mrs. Isabel 1 DeHart 
Mrs. Rosetta Mason 
Mrs. Laura Welch 

TESENTA: 

Mrs. Cora Long 

UNION HILL: 

Rev. Philip Passmore 
Rev. Glen Dills 



WATAUGA : 

Mr. John Tippett 

Mrs. Cora Kinsland Sanders 

WELLS GROVE: 

Mrs. Cliff Cook 
Mrs. Becky Jenning 
Mrs. Frank Ray 
Mrs. Lawerence Long 



WEST FRANKLIN: 

Mr. Colin Hawks 



WEST UNION: 

Elmer Brown (Deacon) 
Rev. Harvey Barnes 

WHITE OAK FLATS: 
Don Owen by 

WINDY GAP: 

Mr. Wade Morgan 



39. 



RESOLUTIONS 



Again words fail us as we try to express the feelings of the messengers 
and visitors of the sixty-sixth annual session of the Macon Baptist Association 
Since we are living in a day of transition we find our faith is being tested 
and our witness challenged as never before. We constantly hear the excuse, 
"I just don't have the time". And time does seem to get away with such 
suddenness we find it hard to adjust to the abrupt changes in the work of our 
churches. But these changes are only in the methods, not in the purpose. For 
our purpose remains the same: To do the will of God. 

As we have listened to the messages, the music, and the- prayers and enjoyed 
the fellowship with fellow members we are made to realize in a great way our 
lack of consecration and commitment to the will of God. As we try to voice 
our appreciation for the hours of fellowship we would like to offer the 
following resolutions. 

Be it resolved - 

First - That we express our deep gratitude to the host churches, 
Mashburn Branch and Mt. Hope for their warm welcome and the many kind 
services rendered us and for the delicious meal supplied by the Mt. Hope 
Church. 

Second - That we accept the challenge of the good reports and that 
those brought by the visiting speakers. 

Third - That we thank the Program Planning Committee for the excellent 
program provided. 

Fourth - That we cooperate with our pastors in seeking to arouse 
more interest in our annual meetings and better attendance for them. 






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Fifth - That we express our thanks to our Moderator, Vice-Moderator, 
and staff for another year's work well done, to Rev. J. W. Myers for his 
untiring services as Field Worker, to Mrs. Stanley Penland, our efficient 
treasurer, and to Rev. Harvey L. Stewart, or Clerk. 

Surely the presence of the Lord has been felt in these sessions. 
We are grateful for the privilege afforded us to experience the inspiration 
which comes from association with others of like purpose. We pray God's 
blessing upon each one and we pledge ourselves anew to help our churches in 
fulfilling their mission through evangelism and missions. 

Respectfully submitted, Mrs. Jeter Hidgon, Mrs. Charles Pickens 

40. The closing challenging thoughts were brought by Rev. Guy Duvall. 
He stressed cooperation. Using the four men that brought the palsied man to 
Christ as an example. 

41. Installation of officers for the coming year by Rev. Guy Duvall. The 
Macon Baptist Association adjourned it final session of the Sixty-sixth 
Annual meeting of the body at 3:00 P.M. 

Benediction by Rev. Guy Duvall. 



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CHURCH DIRECTORIES 

PASTORS 

Bethel Hill J. C. Day, R-3, Robbinsville, N.C. 

Black Mountain Cecil Saunders, R-5, Franklin, N.C. 28734 

Briartown S. J. Waters, Star Route, Topton, N.C. 28781 

Buck Creek William Wooten, R-5, Franklin, N.C. 28734 

Burningtown 

Calvary Paul Morgan, R-4, Franklin, N.C. 28734 

Cartoogchaye Gene Southard, 114 Watauga St., Franklin, N.C. 28734 

Clear Creek Edgar Owens, R-l , Clayton, Ga. 

Cowee J. W. Myers, R-7, Box 1111, Franklin, N.C. 28734 

Coweta W. A. Cloer, R-2, Franklin, N.C. 28734 

East Franklin 

El li jay Gene Hawkins, Franklin, N.C. 28734 

Fairview Herschel Mason, Andrews, N.C. 

Flats 

Franklin, First Dr. W. Thomas Lane, 67 White Oak St., Franklin 28734 

Gold Mine Mack Reed, R-l, Clayton, Ga. 30525 

Hidgonville Ronald Bradley, R-l Box 64-C, Arden, N.C. 28704 

Highlands, First H. L. Stewart, P.O. Box 625, Highlands, N.C. 28741 

Holly Springs Cecil Frady, R-7, Franklin, N.C. 28734 

Horse Cove 

Iotla Millard I. Brock, R-3, Franklin, N.C. 28734 

Kettle Rock 

Liberty Alton Dendy, R-l, Highlands, N.C. 28741 

Longview J. W. Gileson, R-3, Franklin, N.C. 28734 

Mashburn Branch —-Frank H. Garner, R-l, Franklin, N.C. 28734 

Mount Hope John Ralph Willis, R-l, Franklin, N.C. 28734 

Mountain Grove Judson Smith 

Nantahala No. 2 Ralph Pastel!, R-l, Andrews, N.C. 28901 

Newman Chapel Earl Dendy, R-l Highlands, N.C. 28741 

Oak Dale Fred Cook, R-5, Franklin, N.C. 28734 

Oak Grove Howard Willis, R-3 Box 289, Franklin, N.C. 28734 

Pine Grove Eldon Owens, R-5, Franklin, N.C. 28734 

Pleasant Hill Wallace Tallent, R-5, Franklin, N.C. 28734 

Prentiss --—Joe Bishop, R-2, Franklin, N.C. 28734 

Ridgecrest Guy Duvall , R-3 Box 294, Franklin 28734 

Rose Creek Fred R. Cook, R-5, Franklin, N.C. 28734 

Shortoff Edgar Owens, R-l, Clayton, Ga. 30525 

Sugar Fork James Crayton, R-5, Franklin, N.C. 28734 

Tellico T. A. Slagle, R-3 Box 171, Franklin, N.C. 28734 

Tesenta Bruce Kelley, Greenville, S.C. 

Union Hill Clint W. Grant, Star Route, Topton, N.C. 28781 

Walnut Creek Earl Dendy, R-l, Highlands, N.C. 28741 

Watauga Jess Cunningham, R-7, Franklin, N.C. 28734 

Wells Grove Judson Duvall, R-3, Franklin, N.C. 28734 

West Franklin Ernie Sanders, R-2, Franklin, N.C. 28734 

West Union Paul Norgan, R-4, Franklin, N.C. 28734 

White Oak Flats Rev. Carl Roper, Box 35- Topton, N.C. 38781 

Windy Gap Grady Norman, 11 Dillardtown Rd., Sylva, N.C. 

CHURCH CLERKS 

Bethel Hill Kate Trammel, Box 575, Andrews, N.C. 28901 

Black Mountain — Nelson Bates, R-2, Franklin, N.C. 28734 

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Briartown Oscar Hamilton, Star Route Box 293, Topton 28781 

Buck Creek Mildred Vaughn, R-l , Highlands 28741 

Burningtown Bill Simonds, R-3 Box 584, Franklin 28734 

Calvary Imogene Peak, R-4, Di Hard 30537 

Cartoogechave Mrs. Gene Huscusson, Rt-1 , Franklin 28734 

Clear Creek Mrs. Clarence Wilson, R-2, Box 86, Hiqhlands 28741 

Cowee Mrs. Clarence E. Mason, 75 Bidwell St., Franklin 28734 

Coweta —Nora Belle Carpenter, R-l, Dillard 30537 

East Franklin Nell Pannell, R-7 Box 17, Franklin 28734 

El li jay Mrs. Jerry Bailey, R-6 Box 868, Franklin 28734 

Fairview Clyde Grant, Box 362, Topton 28781 

Flats 

Franklin, First Louise Darnell, 233 Baird Cove Rd., Franklin 28734 

Gold Mine Mrs. Larry C. Dendy, R-l, Hiqhlands 28741 

Hidgonville Mrs. Fred Corbin, R-5, Franklin 28734 

Highlands, First Louis E. Potts, P.O.Box 443, Highlands 28741 

Holly Springs David Sutton, Franklin 28734 

Horse Cove 

Iotla Mrs. J. H. Williams, R-3, Franklin 28734 

Kettle Rock Mrs. Joe Baty, Box 461, Highlands 28741 

Liberty Mrs. Nany Shepherd, R-4, Franklin 28734 

Longview Mrs. Edd Ramey, R-2, Box 370, Franklin 28734 

Mashburn Branch Evalee Barrett, R-6, Franklin 28734 

Mount Hope Mrs. George Crawford, R-l, Franklin 28734 

Mountain Grove Maude Williams, R-5, Franklin 28734 

Nantahala No. 2 Willie Mae Jacobs, Aquone, N.C. 28703 

Newman Chapel --W. D. Long 

Oak Dale George H. Roper, R-3 Box 674, Franklin 28734 

Oak Grove Mrs. Rozell McCoy, R-3 Box 193, Franklin 28734 

Pine Grove B. M. Dills, R-5 Box 256, Franklin 28734 

Pleasant Hill Orpha Mason, R-2 Box 490, Franklin 28734 

Prentiss Evelyn R. Brendle R-2 Box 774, Franklin 28734 

Ridgecrest Mrs. Edward Crawford, R-7 Box 562, Franklin 28734 

Rose Creek D. L. Cabe, R-4, Franklin 28734 

Shortoff Mrs. Nancy Lowe, R-2, Hiqhlands 28741 

Sugar Fork Dewitt Thompson, R-5 Box 140, Franklin 28734 

Tellico Mrs. Oleta Welch, R-3 Box 170, Franklin 28734 

Tesenta John Brown, R-6, Franklin 28734 

Union Hill Troy Passmore, Star Route Box 328, Topton 28781 

Walnut Creek Elmira Hedden, R-5 Box 511, Franklin 28734 

Watauga Mrs. Ralph Cassada, R-7 Box 690, Franklin 28734 

Wells Grove Dorris Wiggins, R-6, Franklin 28734 

West Franklin Mrs. Leslie McDonald, 33 Green St., Franklin 28734 

West Union Lee Ledford, R-2 Box 996, Franklin 28734 

White Oek Flats Wade Wright, Topton 28781 

Windy Gap Mrs. Paul Smith, 113 Mashburn St., Franklin 28734 

CHAIRMAN OF DEACONS 

Bethel Hill C. B. Owenby, Topton 28781 

Black Mountain John Murphy, R-2 Box 964, Franklin 28734 

Briartown ---None 

Buck Creek None 

Burningtown ___Merritt Fouts, R-3, Franklin 28734 

Calvary Elmas Henson, R-l, Dillard, Ga. 30537 

Cartoogechaye Roy Southard, R-l, Franklin 28734 

Clear Creek None 

Cowee James Roy Rickman, 92 Golfview Dr., Franklin 28734 

Coweta Grady Styles, R-l, Franklin 28734 

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East Franklin Howard Plemons, R-5, Franklin 28734 

Ellijay Walter Young R-5, Box 481, Franklin 28734 

Fairview None 

Flats 

Franklin, First Verlon Swafford, 159 Hurst Circle, Franklin 28734 

Gold Mine Ellison Dendy, R-l , Highlands 28741 

Hidgonville Bill C. Higdon, R-5, Franklin 28734 

Highlands, First Glen A. Shuler, Highlands 28741 

Holly Springs Jim Williamson, R-7, Franklin 28734 

Horse Cove 

Iotla Stanley Penland, R-3, Franklin 28734 

Kettle Rock Fred Dills, Highlands 28741 

Liberty Lloyd Allen, R-4, Franklin 28734 

Longview Clyde Drake, Franklin 28734 

Mashburn Branch Grover Sorrells, R-6, Franklin 28734 

Mount Hope None 

Mountain Grove None 

Nantahala No. 2 Dallas Rowland, Topton 28781 

Newman Chapel David Chastin, R-l, Dillard 30537 

Oak Dale L. P. Roper, R-3 Box 673, Franklin 28734 

Oak Grove ■ Frank Browning, R-4, Franklin 28734 

Pine Grove E. M. Dills R-5, Franklin 28734 

Pleasant Hill Dillard Sanders, R-2, Franklin 28734 

Prentiss Jimmie H. Sanders, R-2, Franklin 28734 

Ridgecrest Frank Sellers, R-7, Franklin 28734 

Rose Creek None 

Shortoff None 

Sugar Fork Howard Teem, R-7, Franklin 28734 

Tellico —Earl T. Slagle, R-3, Box 171, Franklin 28734 

Tesenta • None 

Union Hill None 

Walnut Creek None 

Watauga Gene Cassada, R-7, Franklin 28734 

Wells Grove Cliff Cook, Depot St., Franklin 28734 

West Franklin Jesse Crisp, 105 Johnson St., Franklin 28734 

West Union None 

White Oak Flats Clayton Batemen, Topton 28781 

Windy Gap Thad Wilson, R-3, Franklin 28734 

SUNDAY SCHOOL SUPERINTENDENTS 

Bethel Hill Fred Morgan, Topton 28781 

Black Mountain Johnny Hodgens, R-2, Franklin 28734 

Briartown W. W. Cochran, Star Route, Topton 28781 

Buck Creek Lyle Tilson, R-4, Franklin 28734 

Burningtown Charles Southard, R-3, Franklin 28734 

Calvary Elmas Henson, R-l, Dillard, Ga. 30537 

Cartoogechaye Dillard Southard, Franklin 28734 

Clear Creek Walter Wilson, R-2, Highlands 28741 

Cowee Charles L. Cabe, Harrison Ave., Franklin 28734 

Coweta Grady Styles, R-1 , Dillard, Ga. 30537 

East Franklin Gilmer Breedlove, R-5, Franklin 28734 

Ellijay James Young, R-5, Franklin 28734 

Fairview Jud McMahan, Topton 28781 

Flats 

Franklin, First Gus Baldwin, Bryson City Rd., Franklin 28734 

Gold Mine John W. Rogers, Box 361, Highlands 28741 

Higdonville Bill C. Higdon, R-5, Franklin 28734 

Highlands, First Alvin Crowe, Jr., Highlands 28741 

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Holly Springs Norman Seay, R-7, Franklin 28734 

Horse Cove 

Iotla - Stanley Penland, R-3, Box 215, Franklin 28734 

Kettle Rock Chester Speed, R-l , Highlands 28741 

Liberty Ralph Allen, R-4, Franklin 28734 

Longview Fred Stiles, R-2, Franklin 28734 

Mashburn Branch Grove Sorrel Is, R-6, Franklin 28734 

Mount Hope Patrick Rogers, R-l, Franklin 28734 

Mountain Grove Frank Dills, R-5, Franklin 28734 

Nantahala No. 2 Dallas Rowland, Topton 28781 

Newman Chapel Charles Long, R-l, Dillard, Ga. 30537 

Oak Dale Howard Higdon, R-3, Franklin 28734 

Oak Grove John Clark, 27 Lake Emory Rd., Franklin 28734 

Pine Grove David A. McClure, R-5, Box 256A, Franklin 28734 

Pleasant Hill Roy Moffitt, R-2, Franklin 28734 

Prentiss Jimmie H. Sanders, R-2, Franklin 28734 

Ridgecrest J. B. Snyder, R-7, Franklin 28734 

Rose Creek Frank Burnett, R-4, Franklin 28734 

Shortoff Bill Lowe, R-2, Highlands 28741 

Sugar Fork Howard Teem, R-7, Franklin 28734 

Tellico Arvin Smith, R-3, Franklin 28734 

Tesenta None 

Union Hill Raymond Wilson, Star Route, Topton 28781 

Walnut Creek Everett J. Mashburn, R-5, Franklin 28734 

Watauga Verlon Curtis, Palmer Dr., Franklin 28734 

Wells Grove Cliff Cook, Depot St., Franklin 28734 

West Franklin Swann Elliott, Palmer Dr., Franklin 28734 

West Union Lee Ledford R-2 Box 996, Franklin 28734 

White Oak Flats David Solesbee, Box 204, Topton 28781 

Windy Gap Paul Smith, 113 Mashburn St., Franklin 28734 

TRAINING UNION DIRECTORS 

Bethel Hill None 

Black Mountain None 

Briartown None 

Buck Creek None 

Burningtown Ruth Simonds, R-3 Box 584, Franklin 28734 

Calvary None 

Cartoogechave Jack Randall, R-l, Franklin 28734 

Clear Creek None 

Cowee Jack Dillard, Wilkie St., Franklin 28734 

Coweta Claude Curtis, R-l, Dillard, Ga. 30537 

East Franklin Claude Ashe, R-4, Franklin 28734 

Ellijay None 

Fai rview None 

Flats 

Franklin, First Mrs. Jack Powell, Womack St., Franklin 28734 

Gold Mine Larry C. Dendy, R-l, Highlands 28741 

Higdonville Victor Teague, R-5, Franklin 28734 

Highlands, First Louis E. Potts, Box 443, Highlands 28741 

Holly Springs Mrs. Jim Williamson, R-7, Franklin 28734 

Horse Cove 

Iotla Melvin Penland, 17 Nantahala Bldg. , Franklin 28734 

Kettle Rock None 

Liberty Sue McConnell, R-4, Franklin 28734 

Longview Mrs. Clyde Drake, Franklin 28734 

Mashburn Branch Mrs. Branson Barrett, R-6, Franklin 28734 



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Mount Hope Bobby Crawford, R-l , Franklin 28734 

Mountain Grove None 

Nantahala No. 2 None 

Newman Chapel Grady Nichelson, R-l, Dillard Ga. 30537 

Oak Dale None 

Oak Grove Eddie Guy, R-4, Franklin 28734 

Pine Grove None 

Pleasant Hill None 

Prentiss None 

Ridgecrest Mrs. Guy Duvall, R-3 Box 294, Franklin 28734 

Rose Creek None 

Shortoff None 

Sugar Fork None 

Tellico None 

Tesenta None 

Union Hill None 

Walnut Creek None 

Watauga Mrs. Frances Bishop, R-7, Franklin 28734 

Wells Grove Mrs. Lonnie Parker, R-6, Franklin 28734 

West Franklin Linda McKay, R-l, Franklin 28734 

West Union- None 

White Oak Flats None 

Windy Gap None 

WOMAN'S MISSIONARY UNION DIRECTORS 

Bethel Hill None 

Black Mountain None 

Briartown None 

Buck Creek — None 

Burning town None 

Calvary None 

Cartoogechaye None 

Clear Creek None 

Cowee Mrs. Furman Shook, 62 Palmer Dr., Franklin 28734 

Coweta Mrs. Blanche Bateman, R-2, Franklin 28734 

East Franklin None 

El li jay None 

Fairview None 

Flats 

Franklin, First Mrs. Arvel Parker, 29 Hurst Circle, Franklin 28734 

Gold Mine None 

Higdonville None 

Highlands, First Mrs. Harvey L. Stewart, P.O. Box 625, Highlands 

Holly Springs Mrs. Mary Justice, R-7, Franklin 28734 

Horse Cove 

Iotla Mrs. M. I. Brock, R-3, Franklin 28734 

Kettle Rock None 

Liberty None 

Longview Mrs. Dorty Lovell , R-2, Franklin 28734 

Mashburn Branch Mrs. Frank H. Garner, R-l, Franklin 28734 

Mount Hope— Mrs. Mac Neely, R-l, Franklin 28734 

Mountain Grove None 

Nantahala No. 2 None 

Newman Chapel None 

Oak Dale None 

Oak Grove None 

Pine Grove None 



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Pleasant Hill None 

Prentiss None 

Ridgecrest --Mrs. Guy Duvall, R-3, Box 294, Franklin 28734 

Rose Creek None 

Shortoff None 

Sugar Fork None 

Tellico None 

Tesenta None 

Union Hill None 

Walnut Creek None 

Watauga None 

Wells Grove — None 

West Franklin None 

West Union None 

White Oak Flats None 

Windy Gap None 

BROTHERHOOD DIRECTORS 

Bethel Hill None 

Black Mountain None 

Briartown None 

Buck Creek None 

Burningtown None 

Calvary None 

Cartoogechaye None 

Clear Creek None 

Cowee Milton Fouts , R-4, Franklin 28734 

Coweta None 

East Franklin None 

Ellijay None 

Fairview None 

Flats 

Franklin, First -None 

Gold Mine None 

Higdonville None 

Highlands, First None 

Holly Springs None 

Horse Cove 

Iotla Paul Swafford, R-3, Franklin 28734 

Kettle Rock None 

Liberty None 

Longview None 

Mashburn Branch None 

Mount Hope None 

Mountain Grove None 

Nantahala No. 2 None 

Newman Chapel None 

Oak Dale None 

Oak Grove None 

Pine Grove None 

Pleasant Hill - None 

Prentiss None 

Ridgecrest J. B. Snyder, R-7, Franklin 28734 

Rose Creek None 

Shortoff None 

Sugar Fork None 

Tellico None 

Tesenta None 

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Union Hill None 

Walnut Creek None 

Watauga None 

Wells Grove None 

West Franklin None 

West Union - None 

White Oak Flats None 

Windy Gap None 

MUSIC DIRECTORS 

Bethel Hill Gene Trammel, Box 575, Andrews 28901 

Black Mountain John Murphy, R-2 Box 964, Franklin 28734 

Briartown Carl Cross, Star Route, Topton 28781 

Buck Creek --None 

Burnington Lucille Fouts , R-3, Franklin 28734 

Calvary Esta Lee Bradley, R-2, Franklin 28734 

Cartoogechaye Roy Southard, R-l , Franklin 28734 

Clear Creek Mrs. Frank McCall, R-2, Highlands 28741 

Cowee John D. Johnson, Hemlock Dr., Franklin 28734 

Coweta Nora Belle Carpenter, R-l, Dillard, Ga. 30537 

East Franklin None 

Ellijay Mrs. Jerry Bailey, R-6 Box 868, Franklin 28734 

Fairview Martha Mason, Andrews 

Flats 

Franklin, First David Collins, Mars Hill College, Mars Hill 28754 

Gold Mine Neville Owens, R-5, Franklin 28734 

Higdonville Fred Corbin, R-5, Franklin 28734 

Highlands, First Ruth Shuler, Highlands 28741 

Holly Springs ——Jim Williamson, R-7 Box 112, Franklin 28734 

Horse Cove 

Iotla Mrs. John Campbell, R-3, Franklin 28734 

Kettle Rock None 

Liberty Mrs. Bob Raby, R-4, Franklin 28734 

Longview Zeb Hall, R-2, Franklin 28734 

Mashburn Branch Ann Sorrel Is, R-6, Franklin 28734 

Mount Hope Kenneth Crawford, R-l, Franklin 28734 

Mountain Grove Fred Fox, R-5 Box 848, Franklin 28734 

Nantahala No. 2 None 

Newman Chapel None 

Oak Dale George Roper, R-3 Box 674, Franklin 28734 

Oak Grove Rhonda McCoy, R-4 Box 193, Franklin 28734 

Pine Grove Andrew Gregory, R-5, Franklin 28734 

Pleasant Hill Benbow Dills, R-2, Franklin 28734 

Prentiss J. B. McConnell, R-2, Franklin 28734 

Ridgecrest Ginger Shuford, R-7, Box 992, Franklin 28734 

Rose Creek None 

Shortoff Victor Wood, R-2, Highlands 28741 

Sugar Fork Walter Fox, R-5, Franklin 28734 

Tellico Arvin Smith, R-3, Franklin 28734 

Tesenta None 

Union Hill Oscar Passmore, Star Route Box 341, Topton 28781 

Walnut Creek None 

Watauga Delia M. Brendle, R-7, Franklin 28734 

Wells Grove Jay Jenning, R-6, Franklin 28734 

West Franklin None 

West Union None 

White Oak Flats Dwight Waters, Topton 28781 

Windy Gap Blanche Younce, R-3, Franklin 28734 

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CHURCH TREASURERS 

Bethel Hill Carlene Grant, Box 311, Topton 28781 

Black Mountain Johnny Hodgins, R-2, Franklin 28734 

Briartown Oscar Hamilton, Star Route Box 293, Topton 28781 

Buck Creek Floy Icenhower, R-l , Highlands 28741 

Burningtown Merritt Fouts, R-3, Franklin 28734 

Calvary Freda Norton, R-l, Dillard, Ga. 30537 

Cartoogechaye Mrs. J. D. Dayton, R-l, Franklin 28734 

Clear Creek Mrs. Griffin Hicks, R-2, Hiqhlands 28741 

Cowee Mrs. Gardner Holden, R-4, Box 422, Franklin 28734 

Coweta Louise Styles, R-l, Dillard, Ga. 30537 

East Franklin Mrs. Paul Mason, R-7, Box 14, Franklin 28734 

Ellijay Mrs. James Young, R-5, Franklin 28734 

Fairview Voda Grant, Box 362, Topton 28781 

Flats 

Franklin, First Mrs. Jim Conley, 35 Bidwell St., Franklin 28734 

Gold Mine Mrs. Gerstle Dendy, R-l, Highlands 28741 

Hidgonville Grayson Higdon, R-5, Franklin 28734 

Highlands, First Mrs. Edna Crisp, R-l, Highlands 28741 

Holly Springs Paul Amnions, R-7, Franklin 28734 

Horse Cove 

Iotla Melvin Penland, 17 Nantahala Bldg. , Franklin 28734 

Ketter Rock Mrs. Joe Baty, Box 461, Highlands 28741 

Liberty Cecile Gibson, R-4, Franklin 28734 

Longview Mrs. Ed Ramey, R-2, Box 370, Franklin 28734 

Mashburn Branch V. L. Holland, R-6, Franklin 28734 

Mount Hope Mrs. W. N. Dalrymple, R-l, Franklin 28734 

Mountain Grove Mrs. Fred Fox, R-5, Franklin 28734 

Nantahala No. 2 None 

Newman Chapel C. S. Sams, R-l, Dillard 30537 

Oak Dale George H. Roper, R-3, Box 674, Franklin 28734 

Oak Grove Mrs. Willard Bradley, R-4, Franklin 28734 

Pine Grove Mrs. David McClure, R-5 Box 256 A, Franklin 28734 

Pleasant Hill Elizabeth Williamson, R-2, Franklin 28734 

Prentiss Evelyn R. Brendle, R-2, Franklin 28734 

Ridgecrest Mrs. Frank Sellers, R-7, Franklin 28734 

Rose Creek D. L. Cabe, R-4, Franklin 28734 

Shortoff Harris Elmore, Box 489, Highlands 28741 

Sugar Fork Matie Jennings, Baird Cove Rd. , Franklin 28734 

Tellico — Eva Mae Smith, R-3, Franklin 28734 

Tesenta Oscar Carpenter, R-6, Franklin 28734 

Union Hill Oscar Passmore, Star Route Box 328, Topton 28781 

Walnut Creek Mrs. Everett Mashburn, R-5, Franklin 28734 

Watauga John D. Hopkins R-7, Box 35, Franklin 28734 

Wells Grove Terrell Roper, R-6, Franklin 28734 

West Franklin Jean Farmer, Palmer Dr., Franklin 28734 

West Union Lee Ledford, R-2, Box 996, Franklin 28734 

White Oak Flats Martha Jo Waters, Topton 28781 

Windy Gap Gladys Duvall, R-3, Franklin 28734 



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TRAINING UNION 


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U 

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3 
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MUSIC MINISTRY 


X 

u 

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3 
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txi 

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WOMAN'S MISSIONARY 
UNION 


X 

I 
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Bethel Hill (None) 
Black Mountain (None) 
Briartown (None) 
Buck Creek (None) 
Burningtown (None) 
Calvary (None) 


Cartoogechaye (None) 

Clear Creek (None) 

Cowee 

Coweta 

East Franklin (None) 

Ellijay (None) 


Fairview (None) 

Franklin, First 
Gold Mine (None) 
Hidgonville (None) 
Highlands, First 


Holly Springs 

Horse Cove 

lotla 

Kettle Rock (None) 

Liberty (None) 












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None 
None 
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None 

None 
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None 


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None 
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Long view 
Mashburn Branch 
Mount Hope 
Mountain Grove 
Nantahala. No. 2 


Newman Chapel 
Oak Dale 
Oak Grove 
Pine Grove 
Pleasant Hill 


Prentiss 
Ridgecrest 
Rose Creek 
Shortoff 
Sugar Fork 


Tellico 

Tesenta 

Union Hill 

Walnut Creek 

Watauga ( 


Wells Grove ( 
West Franklin 
West Union ( 
White Oak Flats ( 
Windy Gap 


wcNcn-crcnNO 


r-^CO ONO'-t CM 


m -c/m no r-* co 


on or-t cm cn 


<r in no r-^co 


on o H cm cn 


cn cn cn cn cn 


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1,294 
2,104 
1,199 
2,953 
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5,702 
1,321 
13,240 
1,756 
2,855 
1,872 


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6,071 

12,483 

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6,187 


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CM CO O NO uo 


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HISTORICAL RECORD 
North Carolina, Macon County Baptist Association 
Organized in 1904 



Church 



Moderator 



Clerk Preached Sermon 

H. D. Dean J.A.Brendel 

H. D. Dean J.W.Watson 

H.D.Dean W.L.Bradley 

H. D. Dean A . S. Solesby 

H.D.Dean J. R. Pendergrass 

H.D.Dean T.C.King 

H.D.Dean W.L.Bradley 

A. C. Hurst T.J.Vinson 

A. C. Hurst R. P. McCracken 

Robert Ramsey F.M.Morgan 

Robert Ramsey B.S.West 

J. M. Carpenter W. T. Potts 

J. M. Carpenter R. T.Vann 

J. M. Carpenter A. S. Solesby 

J. M. Carpenter W.L.Bradley 

J. M. Carpenter J. C. Owens 

J. M. Carpenter A. S. Solesby 

J. M. Carpenter J. A. Bryson 

Robert Ramsey D.C. McCoy 

Robert Ramsey W. L. Bradley 

Robert Ramsey G.A.Cloer 

J. M. Carpenter J. L. Kinsland 

T . C . Bryson W . R. Rickman 

J. M. Carpenter E.N.Gardner 

J. M. Carpenter W.M.Lee 

J. M. Carpenter W.M.Lee 

R.M.Ledford W. E. Abernathy 

R.M. Ledford J. A. McMillian 

R.M.Ledford E.R. Eller 

R.M.Ledford J. F. Burrell 

R.M.Ledford E.R. Eller 

R.M.Ledford W.L.Bradley 

R.M.Ledford W. R. Rickman 

R.M.Ledford R. F. Mayberry 

R.M.Ledford C.F.Rogers 

R.M.Ledford J. G. Benfield 

R.M.Ledford M.A.Love 

R.M.Ledford R.W.Williams 

R.M.Ledford J. A . McMillian 

R.M.Ledford G.A.Cloer 

S.J.Smith T.N.Carter 

S.J.Smith J.C.Scruggs 

S.J.Smith J. F. Marchman 

Mrs. C.C.Welch J.I.Vinson 

Mrs. C.C.Welch H. E. Marchman 

Verlon Swafford C. E. Parker 

Verlon Swafford Paul Nix 

Mrs. Pearl Corbin E.N. Holden 

Mrs. Pearl Corbin M. W. Chapman 

_ W.L.Sorrells 

Clyde Drake John Corbitt 

C.T.Taylor 

A rvil Taylor 

Vernon Higdon Frank Reed 

Vernon Higdon 

John Buell 

(continued) 



1904 Franklin 

1905 Sugarfork 

1906 Briartown 

1907 Cartoogechaye 



T. C. Bryson 
J. W. Kesterson 
W.Bradley 
T. C. Bryson 



Coweeta T. C. Bryson 

Burningtown T.C. Bryson 

Watauga F.Morgan 

Liberty T.C. Bryson 

Pine Grove H. D. Dean 

Oak Grove H. D. Dean 

Iotla H. D. Dean 

Pleasant Hill H. D. Dean 

Mount Hope H. D. Dean 

Cowee H. D. Dean 

Prentiss H.D.Dean 

Sugar Fork J.C.Owens 

Holly Springs J.C.Owens 

Burningtown J. A. Bryson 

Franklin R. P. McCracken 

Nanahala H. D. Dean 

Watauga H. D. Dean 

Tellico H. D. Dean 

Iotla H. D. Dean 

Holly Springs H. D. Dean 

Cowee H. D. Dean 

Ridge Crest W.M.Lee 

Sugarfork A. S. Solesby 

Pleasant Hill A. S. Solesby 

Pine Grove A. S. Solesby 

Briartown A. S. Solesby 

Franklin A. S. Solesby 

Oak Grove A. S. Solesby 
Rainbow Springs J. E. Rickman 

Coweeta J. E. Rickman 

Cartoogechaye J. E. Rickman 

Clear Creek J. E. Rickman 

Ellijay J. E. Rickman 
Newman Chapel J. E. Rickman 

Burningtown C.C.Welch 

Watauga C.C.Welch 

Goldmine J. H. Stockton 

Holly Springs J. H. Stockton 

Mount Hope J. H. Stockton 

Cowee J.H.Stockton 

Highlands J. H. Stockton 

Ridge Crest J. H. Stockton 

Sugarfork J. H. Stockton 

Franklin J. H. Stockton 

Watauga 

Oak Grove H. H. Stocktor 

Iotla 

Newman's Chapel W.L.Sorrells 

Tellico 

Longview M. W. Chapman 

Ellijay 



- 43 



HISTORICAL REOCRD (continued): 



Year Church Moderator 

1955 Higdonville M. W. Chapman 
Mt. Hope 

1956 Burningtown 

Iotla M.W. Chapman 

1957 Watauga M.C.Wyatt 
Ridge Crest 

1958 Liberty L. Eugene Walter 

Wells Grove 

Prentiss 

1959 Wells Grove J.C.Jacobs 
Holly Springs 

1960 Franklin J.C.Jacobs 
Ridge Crest 

1961 Pine Grove W.A.Cloer 
Iotla 

1962 Sugar Fork W.A.Cloer 
Coweeta W.A.Cloer 

1963 Gold Mine M. I. Brock 
Highlands M. I. Brock 

1964 Windy Gap M. I. Brock 
West Franklin M. I. Brock 

1965 Cartoogechaye Robert L. Clark 
Ridge Crest Robert L. Clark 

1966 Oak Grove Fred Corbin 
Ellijay Fred Corbin 

1967 Watauga J.C.Jacobs 
Wells Grove 

1968 East Franklin J.C.Jacobs 
Pleasant Hill J. C. Jacobs 

1969 Mashburn Branch J. C. Jacobs 
Mt. Hope J. C. Jacobs 



Clerk 



Preached Sermon 



Vernon 


Higdon 






Vernon 
Vernon 


Higdon 
Higdon 




Mrs. 


J. 


Campbe 


11 




Mrs. 


J. 


Campbe 


11 


Mrs. 


J. 


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11 


Mrs. 


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11 



Mrs 


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. C. Jones 


Mrs 


. F 


. C. Jones 


Mrs 


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. C. Jones 


Mrs 


. F 


. C. Jones 


James 


F.Collette 


James 


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Mrs 


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Mrs 


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Mrs 


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Mrs 


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Mrs 


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Mrs. 


Cecil Frady 


Mrs. 


Cecil Frady 


H.L. 


Stewart 


H. L. 


Stewart 



L. Eugene Walter 

W.A.Cloer 

Clyde Rhinehart 

Doyle Miller 

Lee Crawford 
R. R. Standley 
J.H. Propst, Jr. 
L. A. Howard 
Thad R. Dowdle 
Clyde W.Collins 
Paul M. Sorrells 
Judson Hall 
Otto Parham 
Robert L. Clark 
R. C. Bailey 
Carl E. Sizemore 
L. C. Pinnix 
Gene Southard 
Guy Duvall 
Clyde Collins 
Cecil Frady 
Bill Shields 
Earl Dendy 
Rev. J. W. Myers 
Rev. Roy Smith 
Mack Reed 
John R. Willis 



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in Onenness and Freedom 



1970 MINUTES OF 



>&?tlst Historical Collect? 



MACON 

BAPTIST ASSOCIATION 



NORTH CAROLINA 



1970 

SIXTY-SEVENTH ANNUAL SESSION 
OF THE 

MACON 
BAPTIST ASSOCIATION 

NORTH CAROLINA 

HELD WITH 

NEWMAN CHAPEL BAPTIST CHURCH 
(Night Session) 

HOLLY SPRINGS BAPTIST CHURCH 
(Day Session) 

SEPTEMBER 10-11, 1970 



The Next Annual Night Session of the Association 
will be held with the COWEE BAPTIST CHURCH and 
the Day Session with the LONGVIEW BAPTIST CHURCH 
on September 9 - 10, 1971. 



CONTENTS 



ASSOCIATIONAL DIRECTORY 3-4 

BY-LAWS 7-10 

CONSTITUTION 6-7 

MESSENGERS --- 5 

PROCEEDINGS 12 

PROGRAM 10 - 11 

STANDING COMMITTEES 4 

REPORTS: 

Annuity Board 13 

Associational Missionary's 12 

Baptist Foundation 15 

Baptist Hospital 12 - 13 

Biblical Recorder 15 

Brotherhood 21 

Budget 17 - 18 

Cooperative Program 18 - 19 

Evangelism 15 

Higher Education 18 

Historical 19 - 20 

Home for the Aging 18 

In Appreciation 21 

In Memoriam 21 - 22 

Missions - Home and Foreign 13 - 14 

Sunday School 18 

Training Union 14 

Treasurer's 16 - 17 

Truett Camp 20 

Vacation Bible School 20 - 21 

Woman's Missionary Union 14 

TABLES: 

Historical 33 - 34 

Statistical 24 - 32 



ASSOCIATIONS DIRECTORY 



Moderator Dr. W. Thomas Lane 

Vice-Moderator Rev. Earl Dendy 

Clerk Rev. H. L. Stewart 

Treasurer Mrs. Betty Penland 

Historian Miss May McCoy 

SUNDAY SCHOOL OFFICERS 

Sunday School Director Mr. Verlin Curtis 

Associate Director Mr. Charles Cabe 

Secretary Mrs. Glenn Farmer 

Pianist Mrs. Clyde Kinsland 

Chorister Mr. Jack Powell 

Supt. of Training 

Supt. of Evangelism Rev. John R. Willis 

Supt. of Extension Rev. Jim Crayton 

Supt. ofV.B.S. Mrs. Jack Powell 

DEPARTMENT LEADERS 

Adults - 18 - up Rev. Gene Southards 

Young People - 12-17 Mrs. Clyde Drake 

Children - 6-11 Mrs. Charles Pickens 

Pre-School - Birth - 5 Mrs. Grady Corbin 

CHURCH TRAINING OFFICERS 

Director Mr. Don Ledford 

Associate Director Mr. John W. Rogers 

Secretary Mrs. Grady Corbin 

Pianist Miss Sharon Johnson 

Chorister Mr. John Johnson 

Pastor Advisor Rev. Cecil Frady 

Adults - 18 - up Mr, Grady Nicholson 

Young Division 12-17 Mr. Jom Williamson 

Children's Division 6-11 -• Miss Karen Cook 

Pre-School Division Birth - 5 -- Mrs. Gene Collett 

WOMAN'S MISSIONARY UNION OFFECERS 

Director Mrs. Mack P. Neely 

Associate Director Mrs. Norman Gilbert 

Secretary and Treasurer Mrs. CecilFrady 

Corresponding Secretary Mrs. Earl Justice 

Social Chairman Mrs. Clarence Mason 

Baptist Women's Director Miss Barbara Roper 

Acteens Director Mrs Edd Brogden 

Girls In Action Director Mrs. Charles McKay 

Mission Friends Director r Mrs. Jack Dillard 

Baptist Young Women's Director - Mrs. Clyde Drake 



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BRQTHEPvHOQD OFFICERS 

Director Mr. Gene Collett 

Associate Director Mr. Fred Stiles 

Young Men's Leader 

Adult Men's Leader 

R. A. Leader Mr. Gardner Holden 

Secretary 

STANDING COMMITTEES 



NOMINATING COMMITTEE: 
Rev. Earl Dendy, Chrmn. 
Rev. H. L. Stewart 
Rev. Wiley Gibson 
Mrs. Roy Rickman 
Mrs. Clyde Drake 

MISSIONS COMMITTEE: 



Mr. 


J. C. Jacobs 


Mr. 


Fred Stiles 


Rev, 


, Alton Dendy 


Rev. 


Gene Southard 


Mr. 


Bob Bishop 


Rev. 


Earl Dendy 


Rev. 


Harry Garner 



EVANGELISM COMMITTEE: 
Rev. Cecil Frady 
Rev. Bill Shields 
Rev. John R. Willis 

COMMITTEE ON ORDINATION 
Rev. C. C. Welch 
Rev. Andy Cloer 
Rev. Alton Dendy 
Mr. Cliff Cook 
Mr. Marshall Fouts 



SEMINARY EXTENSION COMMITTEE 
Dr. W. Thomas Lane 
Rev. M. I. Brock 
Mrs. Hyldah Shepherd 

TRUSTEES: 

Mr. Arvil Parker 
Mr. Merritt Fouts 
Mr. Stanely Penland 

RESOLUTIONS: 

Mrs. Charles Pickens 
Mrs. Garland Willis 

MUSIC COMMITTEE: 
Mrs. John Johnson 

CALENDAR OF ACTIVITIES: 

Moderator, Vice-Moderator, 
Sunday School Director 
Church Training Director 
Field Worker, 
WMU Director 
Brotherhood Director 

TRUETT CAMP COMMITTEE: 
Mr. Charles Southards 
Mr. Clyde Kinsland 
Mr. Dewitt Thompson 



COMMITTEE ON DENOMINATIONAL AGENCIES: 

Children's Home Mr. Roy Rickman 

Baptist Hospital Mr. Bruce Bryant 

Homes For Aging Mr. John Roper 

Christian Education Mrs. Josephine Cabe 

Biblical Recorder Mrs. Edd Brogden 

Cooperative Program Mr. Swan Elliott 

Foreign Missions Miss Barbara Roper 

Home Missions Mrs. Connie Campbell 

State Missions Mrs. Paul Amnions 

Ministers Retirement Rev. Cecil Frady 

COMMITTEE ON PASTOR.LESS CHURCHES: 
Missions Committee 



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MESSENGERS 

BETHEL HILL: Neel Grant, Walter Morgan, C. B. Owenby 
BRIARTOWN: Stanley Shields, Walter Shields, Darrel Edwards, Gene 

Trammel, Mrs. Gene Trammel, Mrs. Carmal Bass, W. W. Cochran. 
BUCK CREEK: Mr. and Mrs. Furman Peek, Kenneth Houston, Hazel Lav/. 
BURNINGTOWN: Bob Bishop, BillSimonds, Ralph Tallent. 
CALVARY: Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Pitts, Mr. and Mrs. Peek. 
CARTOOGECHAYE: Roy Southard, J. D. Southard, J. D. Dayton, Hillard 

Selesbee, M. W. Beck, Nat Davis, Gene Southard. 
CLEAR CREEK: Mr. Hubert Wilson, Mr. Carl Chastain, Mr. Walter Wilson. 
COWEE: Rev. and Mrs. J. W. Myers, Mrs. Nancy Leatherman. 
COWETA: Mr. Jack Stomey, Mr. Grady Wiggins^ 

FRANKLIN, FIRST: Dr. W. Thomas Lane, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Powell. 
GOLDMINE: Mr. and Mrs. John C . Dendy, Mr. and Mrs. Roy McCall. 
HIGDCNVILLE: Major Higdon, Fred Corbin. 

HIGHLANDS, FIRST: Rev. and Mrs. H. L. Stewart, Miss Maude Crain. 
HOLLY SPRINGS: Reid Elliot, Dorthy Kinsland, Ina Belle. 
IOTLA: Rev. and Mrs. M. I. Brock, Glen Campbell, Marshall Fouts, 

John Campbell. 
LIBERTY: Mr. and Mrs. Buel Mason, Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Freeman, 

Mr. and Mrs. Lee Blanton. 
LONGVIEW: Rev. J. W. Gibson, Mr. Fred Stiles, Mrs. Ed Ramey. 
MT. HOPE: Mrs. Mack Neely, J. B. Leneir, John R. Willis; Jr. 
MT. GROVE: Mr. Fred Fox, Mrs. Marlene Williams, Mrs. June Jones, 

Mr. Welsey Jones. 
NANTAHALANO. 2: Dallas Rowland, Luther Jacobs, Charlie Bryant. 
NEWMAN CHAPEL: Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Sams, Mr. and Mrs. Dave Chastain, 

Mrs. Addie Norton. 
OAK DALE: Mr. Ernest Teague, Mr. Harvey Roper, Mrs. Ruth Roper. 
PLEASANT HILL: Clarence Stockton, Tommy Bateman, Wade McConnely. 
PRENTISS: Evelyn Brendle, Nell Sanders, Katie Shope, June Brendle, 

Jean Brendle, Teresa Brendle. 
RIDGECREST: Mr. Sara Saunders, Mrs. Jeter Higdon, Mrs. Elsie Smith. 
SHORTOFF: Gordon Talley, Bille Lowe, James L. Lowe, Harris Elmore. 
SUGARFORK: Mrs. Beulah Holden, Mr. and Mrs. Howard Teem, Rev. 

James Crayton. 
TELLICO: Rev. Judd Smith, Mrs. Rosie Duvall, 2vlrs. Cleta Welch, Mr. 

Bill Owenby, Miss Grace Cabe. 
WALNUT CREEK: Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Hedden, Mr. and Mrs. Willey 

Hedden. 
WATAUGA: Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Cassada, Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Mason, 

Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Thompson. 
WELLS GROVE: Mr. and Mrs. Cliff Cook, Mrs. Frank Phillips, Mrs. 

Lawerence Long. 
WEST UNION: Mr /Lee Ledford, Mr. Pearly Kirkland, Mrs. Stella Starr, ey, 

Mr. and Mrs. Claude Stamey. 
WINDY GAP: Mrs. Grady Duvall, Mrs. Pallie Ledford, Mr. and Mrs. 

Paul Smith. 
WEST FRANKLIN: Mr. and Mrs. Fred Bryson, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Moore, 

Miss Barbara Elliott, Miss Juanita Cochran. 



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CONSTITUTION 

As Amended from Time to Time 

ARTICLE I - Name 

This Association shall be known as the Macon Baptist Association. 

ARTICLE II - Object 

The object of this Association shall be: 

1. To cultivate a friendly union among the churches for their mutual 
benefit, 

2. To cooperate with the Baptist State Convention and Southern Baptist 
Convention in the promotion of the causes of Associational Missions, State 
Missions, Home Missions, Foreign Missions, and such other objects as these 
conventions may foster. 

ARTICLE til - Membership 

Section 1. This Association shall be composed of regularly constituted 
Baptist Churches in Macon County who shall be represented at its regular or 
special meetings by duly elected messengers. 

Section 2. This Association shall have the right to determine what churche 
shall be admitted to its union, and to withdraw fellowship from any, for not 
complying with its rules or with the Articles of its Constitution and By-Laws, 
or for violating orthodox principles as set forth and believed by Southern 
Baptists. 

Section 3. Any church desiring membership in the Association will 
present its request at any regular annual meeting. The request will be re- 
ferred to a Credential Committee appointed by the Association, which com- 
mittee, will examine the church's articles of faith, covenant, form of organi- 
zation and such other matters as deemed necessary. Upon favorable report 
of the committee at the next annual meeting of the Association, the church 
may be received into fellowship by a two-thirds majority vote of the messen- 
gers present. 

Section 4. It shall be a duty of each church to furnish the Association each 
year a letter, on a form provided by the clerk, giving full information and 
statistics provided for on the form; and to send with the letter or by a mes- 
senger a contribution toward the cost of printing the minutes of the Association 
This letter and accompanying money to cover cost of minutes requested shall 
be in the clerk's hands thirty (30) days prior to annual meeting. 

ARTICLE IV - Meetings 

Section 1. The Association shall meet annually on Thursday evening and 
Friday following the first Sunday in September. The associational year shall 
begin July 1, and end June 30. 

Section 2. The business of the Association shall be transacted by the 
pastors of the several churches, and two messengers from each church, to- 
gether with one additional messenger for every fifty members or fraction 
thereof above the first fifty, with no church having more than fifteen messen- 
gers. 

Section 3. This Association shall be governed in its meetings by such 
rules as may be adopted, amended or set aside by a majority vote of the 
messengers present. "Roberts' Rules of Order" will be the guide in all 
parliamentary matters. 



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ARTICLE V - Officers and Committees 

Section 1. The officers of this Association shall be Moderator, Vice- 
Moderator, Clerk, Treasurer, Historian, and three trustees. 

Section 2. The standing Committees of this Association shall be the 
Executive Committee, the Missions Committee, the Nominating Committee, 
Credential and Ordination Committee, Evangelism Committee, Program and 
Place Committee, and such other committees as the body may direct. The 
Moderator and Associational Missionary shall be Ex-Officio members of all 
standing Committees. 

ARTICLE VI - Associational Missionary 

Section 1. The Association shall employ an Associational Missionary 
whose duties are described as follows: 

(a) "Work with and under the general supervision of trie Missions Com- 
mittee of the Association in maintaining and directing the Associational Pro- 
gram of Missions. 

(b) Give guidance, counsel, and assistance whenever possible, and/or 
as needed to associational officers, organizations, and committees. 

(c) Share and distribute information concerning plans and activities of 
the N. C. Baptist Convention and the Southern Baptist Convention as they re- 
late to the work and program of the churches. 

(d) Make himself available to each church and pastor, as his schedule 
permits, for any service he might render, such as preaching, teaching and 
counseling. 

(e) Administer or execute any other activities that the Association shall 
direct. 

Section 2. The Associational Missionary shall be called for an indefinite 
term to serve until the relationship is disolved at the request of eigher the 
Missionary or the Association. In either case, at least sixty days notice 
shall be given of termination of the relationship, unless otherwise mututally 
agreed, with both the Missionary and the Association seeking to follow the 
will of God and the leading of the Holy Spirit. 

Section 3. The missionary shall be provided with such salary and ex- 
penses as the Missions Committee shall recommend with the approval of the 
Association. 

ARTICLE VII - Amendments 

This Constitution and By-Laws may be amended at any regular annual 
meeting by a two-thirds majority vote of the messengers present, provided 
the proposed amendment shall have been presented in written form on the 
first day of the annual meeting. The vote on any proposed amendment so 
presented may be deferred until the second day if requested by a majority 
vote of the messengers present. 

BY-LAWS 

ARTICLE I - Election of Officers 

All general officers of this Association shall be elected at each annual 
meeting upon the recommendation of the Nominating Committee. The terms 
of office to begin at the conclusion of the annual meeting and to continue until 
the close of the next annual meeting. Any vacancies occurring in the interim 
shall be filled by the Executive Committee. 



ARTICLE II - Duties of Officers 

Section 1. THE MODERATOR: The Moderator shall preside over the 
meetings of the Association and discharge such duties as are incumbent on the 
presiding officers of a deliberative body and shall also serve as chairman of 
the Executive Committee. He shall serve not more than two years consecu- 
tively. He shall appoint during the first session committees to report at the 
Annual Associational Meeting. These committees are: Resolutions and any 
other committees. 

Section 2. THE VICE-MODERATOR: The Vice-Moderator shall perform 
the duties of the Moderator in the absence of or at the request of the Modera- 
tor. 

Section 3. THE CLERK: The Clerk shall record and preserve the pro- 
ceedings of the Association and have the same printed and distributed subject 
to the approval of the Moderator and Treasurer. 

Section 4. THE TREASURER: The Treasurer shall preserve all monies 
paid into the body and pay the same upon the instruction of the Association, or 
Missions Committee. He shall make a quarterly report to the Executive Com- 
mittee and an annual report to the Association. 

Section 5. THE HISTORIAN: The Historian shall record and keep a 
record of such items as would be of interest to a future historian, in a book 
kept for that purpose. He shall keep a file of the Associational minutes. 

Section 6. THE TRUSTEES: The Trustees shall be three in number and 
shall hold title to all properties owned by the Association. No conveyance or 
deed-of-trust shall be executed affecting the title of said property except upon 
the instructions of the annual meeting of the Association or the Executive 
Committee. The Trustees shall serve terms of three years with one-third 
elected each year. 



ARTICLE III - The Executive Committee 



Section 1. The Executive Committee shall be composed of the officers 
of the Association, the pastors of the churches of the Association, and one lay 
member from each church. 

Section 2. The lay members shall be elected by the Church and reported 
to the Association on the Annual Associational Letter. The officers of the 
Association, heads of Associational Organizations and pastors are automatic- 
ally on the committee by virtue of the places of leadership they hold in the 
Association. 

Section 3. Duties of the Executive Committee: 

(a) To meet quarterly and upon call of the chairman. 

(b) To act for and on behalf of the Association between sessions. 

(c) To fill vacancies which may occur during the year in the person- 
nel of the Associational Officers or workers for the remainder of such unex- 
pired terms. 

(d) To make such recommendations as it may deem wise for the 
strengthening and upbuilding of the churches and the work of the Association. 

ARTICLE IV - The Missions Committee 

Section 1. The Missions Committee shall be composed of four pastors 
and three laymen nominated by the Nominating Committee. The pastors shall 
be elected for a term of two years with one-half the number being elected 
each year. The laymen shall be elected for a term of three years with one- 
third of the number being elected each year. The committee shall elect its 
chairman and secretary each year. 

Section 2. Duties of the Missions Committee: To lead in our Associationa 
Missions Program through: 

(a) General supervision and guidance of the Associational Mission 
Program. 






(b) Seeking out an Associational Missionary, making nominations in 
event of vacancy. 

(c) Planning a Program of Activities with the Associational Mission- 
ary. 

(d) The Recommendation of an Associational Budget to the Executive 
Committee meeting just prior to the annual meeting of the Association. 

(e) The supervision of the expenditure of the budget. 

(f) The enlistment of the churches in the active financial support of 
the Associational Mission program. 

ARTICLE V - The Credential and Ordination Committee 

Section 1. The Credential and Ordination Committee shall be composed 
of three pastors and two laymen nominated by the Nominating Committee. 
The first named shall be the chairman. 

Section 2. Duties of the Credential and Ordination Committee: 

(a) Examine applications churches seeking admission into Association. 

(b) Make necessary recommendations to the Association. 

(c) Encourage all churches to follow the leading of the Holy Spirit in 
ordaining men to the Gospel Ministry. 

(d) Upon the invitation of the church conducting the ordination, rep- 
resent the Association on the examining council. 

ARTICLE VI - The Nominating Committee 

Section 1. The Nominating Committee shall be composed of three pastors 
and two laymen to be appointed by the Moderator during the first session of 
each annual Associational Meeting. The first named shall be chairman. 

Section 2. Duties of the Nominating Committee: 

(a) To nominate the general officers of the Association. 

(b) To nominate the Associational Sunday School Superintendent. 

(c) To nominate the Associational Training Union Director. 

(d) To nominate the Orphanage, Hospital, Biblical Recorder, and 
Baptist Home for the aging representatives. 

(e) To nominate Associational Brotherhood president. 

(f) To nominate Associational Music Director. 

(g) To nominate the standing committees that are to function during 
the year between the sessions of the Association. 

(h) To fill vacancies occuring in any of the standing committees during 
the year. 

Section 3. All other officers are to be recommended by the heads of the 
organizations and departments to the Nominating Committee. 

ARTICLE VII - Committee on Evangelism 

Section 1. The Committee on Evangelism shall be composed of three 
members nominated by the Nominating Committee. The first named shall be 
the chairman. 

Section 2. Duties of the Committee on Evangelism: 

(a) Study and keep the Association and trend of Baptism within the 
Association. 

(b) Plan and promote such meetings as will keep the cause of Evan- 
gelism before the Association. 

ARTICLE VIII - Program and Place Committee 

Section 1. This committee shall be composed of the Moderator, Vice- 
Moderator, Associational Missionary and two laymen. 
Section 2. Duties: 

(a) This committee shall plan the program of the annual meeting as to 
time, place, and preacher and all necessary events. 

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(b) This program shall be presented to the Executive Committee at 
it last regular meeting before the Association. 

ARTICLE IX - Reports 

All reports to the Annual Associational Meeting are to be in the Asso- 
ciational Missionary's office thirty (30) days prior to the Associational 
Meeting. 

PROGRAM 

SIXTY-SEVENTH ANNUAL SESSION 
of the 
MACON BAPTIST ASSOCIATION 

Newman's Chapel Baptist Church 
Night Session, Sept. 10, 1970 - 7:30 PM. 

Theme: Living The Spirit Of Christ In Belief and Relevence. 



7:30 Call To Worship Moderator 

Hymn "Leaning On The Everlasting Arms" 

7:35 Scripture, Prayer and Welcome Rev. Earl Dendy 

Recognition of Pastors and Visitors Moderator 

Enrollment and Statistics Rev. H. L. Stewart 

Report of Committee on Order of Business 
7:50 Living The Spirit of Christ Through Missions 

Associational Missions Rev. J. W. Myers 

Home Missions Mrs. Connie Campbell 

Foreign Missions 
State Missions 
8:10 Living The Spitit of Christ Through Baptist Literature 
Report on Baptist Literature (Biblical Recorder) 

Rev. Walter Middleton 
Mrs. Edd Brogdon 
Speaker 

8:25 W.M.U. Report Mrs. Mack P. Neely 

8:35 Hymn "Stand Up For Jesus" 
Business 

Executive Promotion Committee Report Moderator 

Treasurer's Report Mrs. Betty Penland 

Finance Committee Report Rev. Wiley Gibson 

Mission Committee Report Rev. Wiley Gibson 

Miscellaneous Business 
8:50 Special Music "Standing On The Promises" 

Doctrinal Sermon Rev. M. I. Brock 

Holly Springs Baptist Church 
Day Session, Sept. 11, 1970 - 9:30 A. M. 

Theme: Living The Spirit Of Christ In Belief and Relevance 



9:30 



9:40 
9:50 

10:05 



Hymn "O Worship The King" 

Scripture and Prayer Rev. C. C. Welch 

Welcome Rev. Cecil Frady 

Report on Evangelism Rev. J. S. Cunningham 

Cooperative Program Report Mr. Paul Swafford 

Speaker Mr. Tom Green 

Baptist Foundation Report Mr. C. Gordon Maddre 

Speaker (Continued) 

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10:15 Hymn "What A Friend We Have In Jesus" 

10:20 Living The Spirit Of Christ Through Our Social Services 

Home For The Aging Report Mr. John Roper 

Speaker Bill Poole 

Hospital Report Mrs. Bruce Bryant 

Speaker Mr. John Knight 

Children's Home Report Mr. Roy Rickman 

Speaker Mr. Hugh Starnes 

11:05 Report on Minister's Retirement Rev. Cecil Frady 

Speaker Rev. Bob Broome 

11:20 Hymn "Must Jesus Bear The Cross Alone?" 

11:25 Annual Sermon Rev. Cecil Frady 

AFTERNOON SESSION 
Sept. 11, 1970 - 1:00 P.M. 



1:00 
1:10 

1:25 



2:00 



2:20 
2:30 
2:35 
2:45 
2:50 



Hymn "Ready" 

Scripture and Prayer Rev. J. W. Shields 

Report of Associational Committees Rev. J. S. Cunningham 

Report of The Nominating Committee Moderator 

Place and Preacher Committee 

Living The Spirit Of Christ Through Education 

Christian Education Mrs. Josephine Cabe 

Speaker Mr. Troy Harmon 

Fruitland Mr. Alex Booth 

Seminary Extension Report 

Truett Camp Report Rev. Jesse A. Bailey 

Living The Spirit Of Christ Through Associational Programs 

Vacation Bible School Report Mrs. Mary Powell 

Brotherhood Report Mr. Gene Collett 

G.A. Report Mrs. D. A. Rhodes 

Church Training Report Mr. Don Ledford 

Sunday School Report Mrs. John Tippett 

Music Report Mr. Jack Powell 

County Wide Deacons Report 

Honoring The Deceased Mrs. Jeter Higdon 

Report of the Resolutions Committee Mrs. Fa.nnie Gibson 

Report of Historian Miss May McCoy 

Hymn 

Inspirational Message and Installation of 

Officers for 1970-71, and Benediction Rev. Clyde Collins 



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PROCEEDINGS 

and 

REPORTS 

of the 

SIXTY-SEVENTH ANNUAL SESSION 
of the 
MACON BAPTIST ASSOCIATION 

1. The night session of the Sixty-Seventh Annual Session of the Macon 
Baptist Association was held at Newman Chapel Baptist Church beginning at 
7:30 P.M. 

2. The Session was called to order by Moderator Dr. W. Thomas 
Lane. Mr. Fred Corbin led in singing "Leaning On The Everlasting Arms". 
Accompanied by Mrs. Fred Corbin at the piano. Rev. Alton Dendy read 
from Romans 8 and led in prayer. 

3. Rev. Alton Dendy, host pastor, welcomed the Sixty-Seventh session 
to Newman Chapel Baptist Church. 

4. The Moderator recognized pastors and visits at this time. 

5. The report on enrollment was given by the clerk, Rev. H. L. 
Stewart. Each church and messengers were recognized during the roll call. 
Eight pastors were present. Sixty-three messengers present. Twenty-three 
church represented. The clerk had received forty-six church letters. The 
clerk moved that the present duly appointed messengers would constitute the 
governing body of the association. The report was approved and adopted. 

ASSOC IATIONAL MISSIONARY'S REPORT 

I think of the theme of the Convention as I start on this report - Living 
The Spirit of Christ In Belief and Relevance. 

I think of the motto of "Doing Together, What We Cannot Do Alone." 

We are grateful for what has been accomplished this past year. As we 
read and hear the reports people won to Christ, rededications , organized 
WMU's progress or improvements on the church building, the gifts of land 
for a Missionary Home, the gifts of the churches in support of Associational 
work and for the Missionary Home, the gift of survey work, the gift of blue 
prints for the Home, the gift of the Baptist State Convention for lot aid, on 
and on we could go renumerating the blessings we have received. 

But, there is still a great challenge before us. We now have $9, 164. 12 
in savings - we will need a lot more to build the Missionary home. But we 
can do together what we cannot do alone. 

Can we count on you and your church to share this great challenge to- 
gether? By praying for the Association, by attending the meetings, by being 
an officer in the Association if you are called upon, and by sharing in the 
financial support to the Association? You can do this by giving your tithes and 
offerings in your church and your church giving a reasonable percentage of 
the offering plate dollar to Associational Missions. 

Doing Together, What We Cannot Do Alone - can we count on you and 
your church? 

Respectfully submitted, J.W.Myers, Interim Field-Worker 

BAPTIST HOSPITAL REPORT 

Our Baptist Hospital continues to grow, in spite of its serious problems. 
Physical growth is the result of the long-range development program which 
has already seen the completion of the new power plant, the School of Nursing 
and Allied Health Building, and the additions to the Medical School. Construc- 
tion of the new patient tower is progressing, after come delays, and is expectec 
to be completed by mid - 1972. (Continued) 

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With all the growth, one thing remains unchanged; the desire and 
determination to care for the needy sick. Lat year it ministered to 5,225 
Serice Patients for 47,499 days of hospital care. The free care amounted 
to more than a million dollars beyond what the patients, their insurance, 
and all sponsoring agencies paid. North Carolina Baptists provided $565,000 
of the amount - $237,000 through the Cooperative Program and $328,000 
through the Mother's Day offering. Though our Mother's Day offerings have 
grown they have not kept pace with the rising costs and our hospital is running 
a heavy deficit. If full use is to be made of the new medical procedures and 
facilities in fulfilling our mission, we are going to have to give our Baptist 
Hospital additional support. 

Respectfully submitted, Bruce Bryant 

ANNUITY BOARD REPORT 

"Good Experience credit" is a new term in Protection Program vocabu- 
lary. The term means larger benefits for active and retired members as 
of January 1, 1970. Here is how it works: 

For the active member and his family the stipulated amounts of eligible 
benefits in Plans A 10 and All now are the minimum. For 1970 the "good 
experience credit" will be about 2% of the retirement credit accured as of 
that date. Most retired members are finding the "good experience credit" 
in their 1970 monthly checks which are 4% larger. In addition these members 
received the "13th Check" in February. The "good experience credit" and the 
13th Check" are realities because interest earnings were in excess of what 
was required actually by the plan. 
Highlights of 1969: 

Total active members in: New Benefit Recipients 1,059 

Plan A 24, 256 Retirement 643 

Plan B 9, 756 Disability 51 

PlanC 3, 358 Widow 139 

Health Benefit Plan--- 14, 871 Child 105 

Life Benefit Plan 9, 336 Education 100 

New Group Ins. 1, 130 Variable 21 

(Churches) 

New Group Ins. 2,228 

(Agencies) 
Three churches in the Macon Association are participating in the 
Protection Program as of June 30, 1970 

Respectfully submitted, Rev. Cecil Frady 

HOME MISSIONS REPORT 

The Home Mission Board is observing its 125th anniversary year with 
gratitude to God for His favor and appreciation to Southern Baptists for their 
support during the past century and a quarter. 

Though society has changed drastically and the contemporary scene is 
often disturbing, the Home Mission Board's task remains unchanged - Our 
Land for Christ. 

The Home Mission Board appointed 585 new missionaries in 1969, 
bringing the total number of missionaries to 2,235. Other missionaries in 
service were 922 Christian Summer Personnel, 74 short-term and 40 long- 
term Christian Service Corps, and 31 youth groups with a total of 1, 175 
young people. Southern Baptist churches reported 368,225 baptisms for 1969. 

Against a background of a divisive war, persistent racial conflict, 
student tensions, shifting moral values, a slowing church membership 
growth, and a shaky vitality with Christendom, the Home Mission Board 
seeks a blending of faith-commitment to Christ and ministry to fellow-men. 
Respectfully submitted, Mrs. John H. Campbell 

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FOREIGN MISSIONS REPORT 

Foreign Missions is a channel through which each individual Christian 
in the Macon Association and throughout our Southern Baptist Convention 
expresses concern for the world and response to our Lord's Great Commission. 

At the close of 1969 Southern Baptists had 2,490 missionaries serving 
overseas. This included 153 missionary associates, 4 special project nurses, 
and 128 missionary journeymen. Appointments during the year totaled 
261 (139 career, 49 associates, 62 journeymen, 1 special project nurse, and 
10 career appointments.) Between January and May, 1970, 18 more were 
added. The year set a new record for missionary appointments. 

Yet, even with added personnel and facilities, several hundred calls for 
new missionaries are still unanswered. May each of us in the Macon Associ- 
ation pray that young people from our churches will hear the call of Christ 
to help fill the great need of our day. 

Respectfully submitted, Barbara Roper 

THE MISSIONS COMMITTEE REPOR T 

The Missions Committee met several times last year and looked at 
several plots of land trying to find one suitable for a field worker's home, 
but our task came to an end when God worked through Mrs. Paul West. She 
donated to the Macon Baptist Association 1.58 acres of land for a field 
worker's home and a Baptist building. We feel there should be much thanks 
given to Mrs. West for doing such a great thing for God and His people. 

In a meeting of the executive committee we were given permission to 
secure a right-of-way for a street and to have it graded, and this we are 
now working on. 

Thank you for your support. 

Respectfully submitted, James W. Gibson, Chrmn. 

WOMAN'S MISSIONARY UNION REPORT 

Woman's Missionary Union is for those who .desire to serve the Master 
in helping the church fulfill its mission in the world. The tasks of WMU: 
To teach Missions, to engage in Missions Action, to support World Missions 
through praying and giving, and to provide and interpret information regard- 
ing the work of the church and denomination. As we face the new decade - 
the dangerous challenging 70' s, we need to be reminded we will either shape 
the 70's or be shaped by them. Let us go forward, not by might, nor by 
(human) power, but by the Spirit of God, until the knowledge of God saturates 
all the earth. 

Will we take the opportunity God is offering us in Woman's Missionary 
Union to seek the lost, to meet the needs in our communities and around the 
world as we pray and give? In a world of wars, strife, fears, prejudices and 
unbelief, God's purpose is at work in us as we go forth and we can only go 
forth filled with the Spirit of God. 

Respectfully submitted, Mrs. Mack P. Neely 

TRAINING UNION REPORT 

Today, Christianity faces its greatest challenges. It is not in danger as 
a result of those who would destroy it but rather as a result of those who 
don't care. The challenge is clear. You and I must recommit our efforts to 
Christ's command, - Teach All The World. I submit to you that people who 
care are doing something -Christians of the past cared, but their efforts are 
not sufficient to sustain tomorrow's needs. If we care we will give our best. 
To give our best we will teach and train others. 

Respectfully submitted, Don Ledford 

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REPORT OF THE BIBICAL RECORDER 

More than ever before, North Carolina Baptists need a dependable 
source of information. It is difficult these days to get an honest and accurate 
report on important issues. In some cases, half truths and rumors are 
circulated, some of them designed to embarrass and ridicule Baptists. Since 
it takes so long for truth to catch up with error, some of these impressions 
in people's minds are never corrected. This makes progress and unity more 
difficult. 

For 137 years, we North Carolina Baptists have had the Biblical Record- 
er as a dependable source of information. Week by week it goes into the 
homes of nearly 90, 000 families, striving to speak the truth in love. We 
are told in the past year the Recorder had a part in the election of Dr. Carl 
Bates of Charlotte as president of the Southern Baptist Convention. A Re- 
corder editorial endorsing him was considered a factor in his election on the 
ballot at Denver. It is an honor to have the convention president from our 
state. 

We appreciate the Recorder continuing its fight against liquor by the 
drink, even in the face of strong opposition from those who are pushing 
for a greater flow in our state. If your church is not sending the Recorder 
to every home, try doing this for the coming year so your members can 
receive the full story on the 1971 General Assembly. Your churches would 
not think of trying to carry out their mission without literature devoted to the 
Sunday School, Church Training, WMU, Brotherhood and all other church 
organizations. The Recorder too is important and should be in the budget 
just as this literature is . The cost is only 4£ a week. Your church is the 
loser by not taking this step. Won't you do it this coming year? According 
to last year's minutes the Iotla Church has the Recorder in their budget 
and the Holly Springs Church has taken this step just recently. 

Respectfully submitted, Mrs. Edd Brogden 

DIVISION OF EVANGELISM 

In associational evangelism clinics a strong emphasis was place upon: 
Shaping the 70' s through Evangelism, Strength for Living Rivivals, and 
Youth Evangelism. Some churches across the state experienced outstanding 
revivals as a result of dependance upon the Holy Spirit, genuine prayer, 
careful planning and involvement of adults and youth in witnessing. 

The 25th Statewide Evangelism Conference will be held at War Memorial 
Auditorium and Greensboro Coliseum on February 1-2, 1971. The closing 
session will be a Youth Evangelism Night in Greensboro Coliseum which 
seats 16, 000 with Dr. Leighton Ford of the Billy Graham Association as the 
featured speaker. Pray for this special session that many youth will make 
genuine decisions for Christ. 

Respectfully submitted, Rev. J.S. Cunningham 

ASSOCIATIONAL FOUNDATION REPORT 

The fact that The North Carolina Baptist Foundation, Inc. has tripled 
its assets during the past eight years is proof that this service arm of the 
Convention has found favor with North Carolina Baptists. 

Since the Foundation was reactivated in 1966, assets have increased from 
$350,000 to more than one million dollars. This includes trust funds and real 
estate . 

The Baptist Foundation has had a most successful year, is on the move, 
and is rendering service to individual Baptists in a concrete way. 
Respectfully submitted, C. Gordon Maddrey, 
Executive Secretary 



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ANNUA L T REASURER'S REPORT 
July 1/1969 through June 30, 1970 
Betty Jane Penland, Treasurer 



Balance brought forward at beginning of year $ 1,402.89 



Contributions 



Associational 
Missions 



Bethel Hill 

Black Mountain 

Briartown 

Burningtown 85.00 

Calvary 

Cartoogechaye 

Clear Creek 69.45 

Cowee 540.00 

Coweeta 63.00 

East Franklin 58.00 

Ellijay 20.00 

Franklin, First 1,639.00 

Gold Mine 154.84 

Higdonville 130.00 

Highlands, First 400.00 

Holly Springs 390.96 

Iotla 300.00 

Kettle Rock .-- 4.00 

Liberty 60.00 

Longview 176.00 

Mashburn Branch 162.00 

Mountain Grove 5.00 

Mount Hope 385.00 

Nantahala No. 2 

Newman's Chapel 120.00 

Oak Dale 38.70 

Oak Grove 60.00 

Pine Grove 40.00 

Prentiss 27.00 

Ridgecrest 212.25 

Rose Creek 24.00 

Shortoff 80.76 

Sugarfork 120.00 

Tellico 

Walnut Creek 20.00 

Watauga 205.00 

Wells Grove 113.00 

West Franklin 120.00 

West Union 

White Oak Flats 

Windy Gap 

"M" Night Offering 136.66 

Bob Bishop 

Earl Dendy (Walnut Creek) - 

H. S. Dendy 

Rev. A. J. Smith 

Rev. Claude Ledford 5.00 

Mr. W. D. Long 1.00 

Miss Mae McCoy 100.00 

Baptist State Convention- 1,250.00 



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Associational Vacation 

Missions Minutes Bible School 

Vacation Bible School -- $ 5.20 
Macon Ministerial Asso. - 14.50 

Mimeograph Paper Sold -- 1 . 50 

Totals $ 7, 336.82 $ 283.00 $ 50.00 $7,669.82 

Total, Including Balance Broght Forward at Beginning of Year $9,072.71 

Disbursements : 

Office Phone $229.79 

Office Rent 225.00 

Office Supplies 158.92 

Postage, Mailing Permit and Box Rent 113. 18 

Vacation Bible School Material 27.45 

County W,M.U. 125.00 

Sunday School (Postage) 6.00 

Training Union (Postage) 6.00 

Missouri Baptist Press (Printing Minutes) -- 259.21 
Southern Baptist College Endowment Fund 

("M" Night Offering) 136.66 

Rev. J. W. Myers (Salary) 1,300.00 

Rev. Harvey Stewart (Clerk's Salary 

July 1, 1969 through June 30, 1970) 100.00 

Betty Penland (Treasurer's Salary 

July 1, 1968 through June 30, 1969) 100.00 

Rev. Howard Willis (Association's part of 

Social Security, first three months of 1969) - 60.00 
Mrs. Jack Powell (Gift from Goldmine Church 

for teaching Bible School) 50.00 

Total Disbursements $ 2, 897.21 $ 2,897.21 

Transferred to Saving Account during Year $ 4, 843. 12 

Balance on hand in Checking Account June 30, 1970 $ 1,332.38 

Amount on deposit on Saving Account $ 7,901.20 

Interest Earned During Year $ 262.92 

Current Balance in Savings Account 

(Macon County Building and Loan Asso.) $ 8, 164. 12 

BUDGET 
1970-1971 

SALARIES: 

Field Worker's Salary $ 5,200.00 

Treasurer's Salary 100.00 

Clerk's Salary 100.00 

Total Salaries $ 5.400.00 

GENERAL EXPENSE: 

Field Worker's Housing $ 1,500.00 

Field Worker's Travel Expense 1,000.00 

Field Worker's Convention Expense 300.00 

Field Worker's Annuity 400.00 

Office Rent 180.00 

Office Phone 225.00 

Printing of Minutes (extras) 60.00 

Office Supplies and Postage 225.00 

Total General Expenses $ 3, 690.00 



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PROMOTIONAL EXPENSES: 

Sunday School $50.00 

Training Union 50.00 

Brotherhood and RA 50.00 

Woman's Missionary Union 125.00 

Missions Committee 25.00 

Music Department 25.00 

Vacation Bible School 50.00 

$ 350.00 

GRAND TOTAL $9,440.00 

Less Convention Supplement $ 2,600.00 

To be raised by the Churches $ 6,840.00 

SUNDAY SCHOOL REPORT 

For the last year we in the Macon Association have seen a greater 
emphasis put on Sunday School by our local and state workers. We have been 
made more aware that the job of our Sunday Schools is to "reach people and 
teach people. " 

I hope that as we fulfill the Commission of Our Lord (Matt. 28:19-20) 
that we will join together winning people for Christ and church membership. 

Respectfully submitted, John D. Tippett 

REPORT ON CHRISTIAN HIGHER EDUCATION 

The seven North Carolina Baptist Colleges had enrolled last year more 
than 600 students who have dedicated their lives to full-time Christian service 
There were enrolled last year in our Southern Baptist Colleges and Universi- 
ties 7,070 who have chosen to give their lives to the service of the denomination 
These include 3,671 ministerial students, 863 home and foreign mission 
volunteers, 610 church education volunteers, and 1,081 who have volunteered 
for some category of Christian vocational service. 

Indeed we should be proud of our Baptist colleges and their advancements. 
We should be proud enough to support them with our prayer and our gifts to 
the Cooperative Program which continues to be the largest single source of 
annual income for our colleges outside of student charges. Let us pray that 
our Baptist colleges will continue to provide an atmosphere conducive to young 
people hearing the call of God and responding to that call. 

Respectfully submitted, Mrs. Josephine R. Cabe 

HOMES FOR THE AGING 

God has blessed our Homes through the years, and this past year in a 
very special way. We are ministering to 195 elderly persons in our five 
Baptist Homes. 

In February an appeal was made to the Baptist people to help support 
our Baptist Homes. The plea was heard and in one year the Baptist churches 
gave $168, 349.34. We pray that the people of North Carolina will continue 
to help support our Homes for the Aging. 

Respectfully submitted, John Roper 

COOPERATIVE PROGRAM 

Hundreds of churches, including every size church, increased Cooperative 
Program giving last year. One thousand and seventy-three churches increas- 
ed Cooperative Program giving by ten per cent or more over the previous 
year. This increased sharing will enable all to have a greater part in the 
healing of the sick, feeding the hungry, clothing the naked, visiting the 

(Continued) 
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imprisoned and preaching the gospel to the poor. Congratulations are in 
order to every individual and church making this ministry possible. 
Respectfully submitted, Mr. Paul Swafford 

HISTORICAL REPORT 

It is with gratitude that in this year of 1970 we are abla to point out 
some ways of progress in our churches and in our Association which reflect 
a deeper concern for progress in Christ's Kingdom work for today and for 
tommorrow. 

Possibly the most outstanding work is the progress which has been made 
toward a home for a Field Worker. Following are the high-lights of this 
work: A nice piece of property which lies between Harrison Avenue and 
Iotla Street, has been given to Macon Baptist Association by Mrs. Paul West 
(a daughter of the late Rev. Jesse B. Stalcup). The deed to this property, 
which is about two acres in size, has been made and registered. The blue 
prints for the building have been drawn and accepted by the Executive Pro- 
motion Committee. The Missions Committee is now working on a street right- 
of-way. Getting specifications for the type of materials that will go into the 
building is also underway. When this is done an estimate cost of the build- 
ing will be brought before the Executive Promotions Committee for their 
approval. 

The blue prints not only call for a home in which a Field Worker and his 
family may live, but it is also a plan for a type of building needed for the 
Worker's office, for storing supplies and the many materials necessary to 
use in carrying out his duty to our Association. 

The whole project is a long range one. When it is completed there will 
be a building in which Macon Baptists can hold county-wide revivals and other 
important meetings which leaders of our churches and our Association are 
responsible for holding. 

At this time Macon Baptist Association has about $8,000.00 in savings. 
This is a goodly beginning for this project. 

The progress thus far was brought about only by vision, patience, care- 
ful planning, perseverance, and much prayer by those who worked so hard 
on this great project. 

Other signs of progress are: First, more of our pastors, church leaders 
associational leaders, and Layman are attending important meetings such as 
The World Mission Conference held September 14-17 with the Cowee Baptist 
Church where Rev. J.W. Myers is pastor; State-wide Briefing Meeting, High 
Point First, High Point, N. C, Shaping the 70" s Conference held in Asheville, 
N. C, January, 1970, Church Leadership Tours, State W.M.U. Workshop, 
Hickory, N. C, and other meetings district and Associational which they 
are called upon to attend. Second , the county- wide Baptist revival held for 
the third successional year in the Coutny Fair Building was truly a blessing 
and souls were saved and others revived. Third , There is a growing interest 
in the Seminary Extention courses taught each year in Macon Association 
Community. Fourth , Church News: Liberty Church has called Rev. Clyde 
Collins as full-time pastor. Longview has called Rev. Wiley Gibson to serve 
as full-time pastor and has licensed Jimmie Guffie for the ministry. Jimmie 
is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Zeb Guffie and is a student at Wake Forest College. 

Highlands First has placed all-over carpeting on floors, installed new 
pews and other new furnishings for the sanctuary. Rev. Harvey Stewart is 
pastor. White Oak Flats Church has put up Seal-O-Tex, paneled the walls, 
and put tile on the floor. Rev. Carl Roper is their pastor. Cowee Baptist 
Church has installed an Allen organ, T12B with two-tone cabinets. Rev. 
J. W. Myers is their pastor. Oak Grove Church has placed all over carpet 
on the floor, installed new pews, put up new railing in front of pulpit, placed 
new chairs for choir and installed new pulpit. Rev. Howard Willis is pastor. 
Franklin, First has recently installed a Schantz Three Manual Pipe Organ 

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with chimes. The cost was almost $40, 000. 00. Dr. Thomas W. Lane is the 
pastor and has been for almost seven years. Newman's Chapel has installed 
aluminum windows in the auditorium and they have called Rev. Earl Dendy, 
who has been serving half time as pastor, to full time. 

Pine Grove is rewiring their church building, installing a new heating 
system and erecting a new brick sign in the church yard. Rev. Alton Dendy 
is their pastor. 

The 1969 minutes of Macon Baptist Association recorded 43 churches 
with pastors. Seventeen of these had preaching services twice each Sunday. 

The 1968 minutes recorded 29 churches giving to Associational Missions. 
This year, 1970 we have 32 churches giving to this cause; eighteen give 
regularly and there has been a climb in Cooperative program offerings. 

Now, for the progress made this year in our churches and in our Associ- 
ation we should tune our hearts and our minds in praise and thanks to God 
for leading us thus far. 

While the message of redemption is unchanging, the world in which the 
gospel is told is constantly changing. In Luke 12:56 Jesus gives a stern 
rebuke to the Pharisees who had failed to see that they were living in 
revolutionary days. Jesus said to them: "Ye hypocrites -- how is it that 
ye discern not this time?" 

Let us employ methods demanded in this day and go out with unconquerable 
faith to serve and witness for a living Lord in such a grqat way that the 
Macon Baptist Association at the end of another year may truly be able to say 
that it was the greatest ever witnessed in its history. 

Respectfully submitted, May McCoy 

TRUETT BAPTIST CAMP REPORT 

Among the many improvements this year were the new kitchen, remodeled 
showers, redecorated dining hall, and the Rev. Yancey Clegg Memorial 
Library. There are still many other physical improvements needed, but we 
know that with your continued support we will be able to soon meet these 
needs also. 

The attendance this year averaged 32 campers and 8 staff members each 
week. The total average attendance 40 per week was down by 2 from last 
year. The total attendance this year was 222 campers as compared with 
230 last year. Of these 222 there were 29 professions of faith. There were 
65 other types of decisions made for Christ. A total of 94 decisions for 
Christ were recorded for the 7 weeks. 

The Advisory and Promotional Committee is suggesting that all of the 
churches of Region 10 ob'serve Truett Camp Day on the first Sunday in June 
each year. You will be receiving more information on this later. 

In spite of the increased gifts it has become necessary to increase 
tuition next year. The exact amount will be determined by the Camp Committee 
and will be publicized in the new literature. The cost of operating the Camp 
has exceeded the income from operations by almost $1,000 this year. 

We rejoice over a great year. We pray for and expect a continued growth 
in the years ahead. 

Respectfully submitted, Jesse A. Bailey, Chairman 

Truett Camp Committee 

VACTION BIBLE SCHOOL REPORT 

As of this writing only 13 reports have been received in the Association 
office. Some churches are known to have had schools but to date, no report 
has been received. 

There were 14 professions of faith reported in the 13 schools. Three of 
the schools were held by the Summer VBS worker. 

(Continued) 

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All of the people I talked with were very pleased with the new materials. 
I found them to be easy to use and adapt to the particular needs of the individual 
church. 

There are a great many areas which need improvement in our Associational 
VBS work. Now that we are a little better acquainted with the new program, 
let's try to concentrate on a better quality of Bible School. 

Respectfully submitted, Mrs. Jack Powell, Assoc. VBS Supt. 

IN APPRECIATION 

We, the messengers and visitors of the Sixty-Seventh Annual Session 
of the Macon Baptist Association wish to express our appreciation to the 
Newman Chapel and Holly Springs Churches for their hospitality. 

We appreicate the endeavors of those who have carefully and prayerfully 
planned and carried out the programs. We are grateful for our State Con- 
vention speakers. We look forward for the information and inspiration we 
gain from these dedicated men of God. 

We are grateful for the consecrated and efficient leadership of our 
moderator, the vice-moderator, clerk, field worker, and treasurer. They 
have contributed much to the progress in this associational year. The presence 
of the Lord has been keenly felt during these sessions and we have come to 
see more clearly His mission for our individual lives. May the Holy Spirit 
lead each church during the coming year that we may go forth in the power 
of His spirit to be better witnesses to all people everywhere. I John 3:18, 
"Our love should not be just words and talk; it must be true love which shows 
itself in action. " 

Respectfully submitted, Mrs. Fannie Gibson 

BROTHERHOOD REPORT 



The Brotherhood of the Macon Baptist Association has established two 
new Brotherhoods in the Association during the past year and has one other 
in the organizing stage at present. 

We will be happy to go to any church in the association which does not 
have an active Brotherhood organization and aid them in the beginning. 

Lets all as Christians pray that the men of our Association will see the 
need for this vital mission work. 

Respectfully submitted, Gene Collet, Assoc. Brotherhood Dir. 



IN MEMORIAM 



BLACK MOUNTAIN: 

Mr. Melvin R. Williamson 



CARTOOGECHAYE: 

George Williamson 



BRIARTOWN: 

Mr. Erwin Mason 

BUCK CREEK: 

Mrs. Furman Peek 
Mrs. Furman Peek 
Kenneth Houston 
Hazel Law 

BURNING TOWN: 

Mr. Frank Holbrooks 
Mr. Jack Holbrooks 



CLEAR CREEK 

Mrs. Ellen M. Talley 
Mrs. Macy O. Rogers 

COWEE: 

Mrs. Pearl Holbrook 
Mrs. Monty Duvall 



COWETA: 
Mrs . 
Mrs . 
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Louise Glidewell 
Belle Halebrook 
Margaret Sanders 
Bessie Anderson 

(Continued) 



FAIRVIEW: 

Mr. Jud McMahan 
Mrs. Martha McMahan 
Mr. Robert Mashburn 
Mrs. Mandie Wilson 

FRANKLIN, FIRST: 
Mr. Elbert Stiles 
Mrs. Carrie Grindstaff 
Mr. John Higdon 
Mrs. Mabel Holmes 

GOLD MINE: 

Mrs. Dovie McCall 

HIGHLANDS, FIRST: 
Mrs. M. B. Neely 
Mrs. Christine Crunkleton 
Mr. Paul Henry- 
Mr. Henry Hedden 
Mr. Gene Potts 
Mrs. John Jenkins 

HOLLY SPRINGS: 

Mrs. Edith C. Kell 

IOLTA: 

Mrs. Boyd Burrell 
Mrs. Joe Jackson 
Mr. W. R. Mason 
Mr. Eldridge Bennett 
Mr. Gordon Tallent 



OAK GROVE: 

Mrs. Laura Welch 
Mrs. Anna Lois Martin 

PINE GROVE: 

Mrs. Callie Keener 
Mr. Frank Peek 

PRENTISS: 

Mrs. Rexie Williamson 

RIDGECREST: 

Mr. Walter Saunders 
Mr. J. L. Snyder 

SUGARFORK: 

Mr. Jack Moore 

Mrs. Jane Moore 

Mrs. Annie Belle Bailey 

TELLICO: 

Mr. Vance Dehart 
Mrs. Maggie Cole 
Mrs. Laura Welch 

TRESENTA: 

Mrs. Blanch Vinson 

UNION HILL: 

Mrs. Roxie Passmore 
Mrs. Addie Mason 
Mr. Joseph B. Morgan 



LONGVIEW: 

Mrs. Delia Drake 

MT. HOPE: 

Mrs. Ben Lenoir 
Mr. Sam Passmore 
Mr. J. H. Brookshire 

NEWMAN CHAPEL: 

Mr. Howard Dodgins 



WATAUGA: 

Mrs. Annie Mashburn 
Mrs. Callie Sanders 
Mr. Jud Morgan 
Mr. Walter Sanders 

WINDY GAP: 

Mr. Perry Swaf ford 
Mr. Annie Ray 



OAK DALE: 

Mr. Furman Hall 
Mr. Walter Bryant 



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HISTORICAL RECORD 
North Carolina, Macon County Baptist Association 
Organized in 1904 



Year Church Moderator 

1904 Franklin T.C.Bryson 

1905 Sugarfork J. W. Kesterson 

1906 Briartown W.Bradley 

1907 Cartoogechaye T.C.Bryson 

Coweeta T.C.Bryson 

Burningtown T. C. Bryson 

Watauga F.Morgan 

Liberty T.C.Bryson 

Pine Grove H. D. Dean 

Oak Grove H. D. Dean 

Iotla H. D. Dean 

Pleasant Hill H. D. Dean 

Mount Hope H. D. Dean 

Cowee H. D. Dean 

Prentiss H. D. Dean 

Sugar Fork J.C.Owens 

Holly Springs J. C. Owens 

Burningtown J. A. Bryson 

Franklin R. P. McCracken 

Nanahala H. D. Dean 

Watauga H. D. Dean 

Tellico H. D. Dean 

Iotla H. D. Dean 

Holly Springs H. D. Dean 

Cowee H. D. Dean 

Ridge Crest W.M.Lee 

Sugarfork A.S. Solesby 

Pleasant Hill A.S. Solesby 

Pine Grove A. S. Solesby 

Briartown A.S. Solesby 

Franklin A.S. Solesby 

Oak Grove A.S. Solesby 
Rainbow Springs J. E. Rickman 

Coweeta J. E. Rickman 

Cartoogechaye J. E. Rickman 

Clear Creek J. E. Rickman 

Ellijay J. E. Rickman 

Newman Chapel J. E. Rickman 

Burningtown C.C.Welch 

Watauga C.C.Welch 

Goldmine J. H. Stockton 

Holly Springs J. H. Stockton 

Mount Hope J. H. Stockton 

Cowee J. H. Stockton 

Highlands J.H.Stockton 

Ridge Crest J. H. Stockton 

Sugarfork J. H. Stockton 

Franklin J. H. Stockton 

Watauga 

Oak Grove H. H. Stocktor 

Iotla 

Newman's Chapel W. L. Sorrells 

Tellico 

Longview M. W. Chapman 

Ellijay 



Clerk Preached Sermon 

H. D. Dean " J.A.Brendel 

H. D. Dean J.W.Watson 

H.D.Dean W.L.Bradley 

H. D. Dean A . S. Solesby 

H. D. Dean J. R. Pendergrass 

H.D.Dean T.C.King 

H.D.Dean W, L. Bradley 

A. C. Hurst T.J.Vinson 

A. C. Hurst R. P. McCracken 

Robert Ramsey F.M.Morgan 

Robert Ramsey B. S. West 

J. M. Carpenter W.T. Potts 

J. M. Carpenter R. T. Vann 

J. M. Carpenter A. S. Solesby 

J. M. Carpenter W.L.Bradley 

J. M. Carpenter J.C.Owens 

J. M. Carpenter A.S. Solesby 

J. M. Carpenter J. A. Bryson 

Robert Ramsey D.C. McCoy 

Robert Ramsey W. L. Bradley 

Robert Ramsey G. A. Cloer 

J. M. Carpenter J. L. Kinsland 

T.C.Bryson W.R. Rickman 

J. M. Carpenter E.N.Gardner 

J. M. Carpenter W.M.Lee 

J. M. Carpenter W.M.Lee 

R.M.Ledford W. E. Abernathy 

R.M. Ledford J. A. McMillian 

R.M.Ledford E.R. Eller 

R.M.Ledford J. F. Burrell 

R.M.Ledford E.R. Eller 

R.M.Ledford W.L.Bradley 

R.M.Ledford W. R. Rickman 

R.M.Ledford R. F. Mayberry 

R.M.Ledford C.F.Rogers 

R.M.Ledford J. G. Benfield 

R.M.Ledford M.A.Love 

R.M.Ledford R.W.Williams 

R.M.Ledford J. A . McMillian 

R.M.Ledford G. A. Cloer 

S.J.Smith T.N.Carter 

S.J.Smith J.C.Scruggs 

S.J.Smith J. F. Marchman 

Mrs. C.C.Welch J.I.Vinson 

Mrs. C.C.Welch H. E. Marchman 

Verlon Swafford C. E. Parker 

Verlon Swafford Paul Nix 

Mrs. Pearl Corbin E. N. Holden 

Mrs. Pearl Corbin M. W. Chapman 

!_ W.L. Sorrells 

Clyde Drake John Corbitt 

C.T.Taylor 

A rvil Taylor 

Vernon Higdon Frank Reed 

Vernon Higdon 

John Buell 

(continued) 



1952 
1953 
1954 



HISTORICAL REOCRD (continued): 



Year Church Moderator 

1955 Higdonville M.W. Chapman 
Mt.Hope 

1956 Burningtown 

Iotla M.W. Chapman 

1957 Watauga M.C.Wyatt 
Ridge Crest 

1958 Liberty L. Eugene Walter 

Wells Grove 

Prentiss 

1959 Wells Grove J.C.Jacobs 
Holly Springs 

1960 Franklin J.C.Jacobs 
Ridge Crest 

1961 Pine Grove W.A.Cloer 
Iotla 

1962 Sugar Fork W.A.Cloer 
Coweeta W.A.Cloer 

1963 Gold Mine M. I. Brock 
Highlands M. I. Brock 

1964 Windy Gap M. I. Brock 
West Franklin M. I. Brock 

1965 Cartoogechaye Robert L. Clark 
Ridge Crest Robert L. Clark 

1966 Oak Grove Fred Corbin 
Ellijay Fred Corbin 

1967 Watauga J.C.Jacobs 
Wells Grove 

1968 East Franklin J.C.Jacobs 
Pleasant Hill J. C. Jacobs 

1969 Mashburn Branch J. C. Jacobs 
Mt. Hope J. C. Jacobs 

1970 Newman Cahpel W. T. Lane 
Holly Springs W. T. Lane 



Clerk 



Preached Sermon 



Vernon 


Higdon 




Vernon 
Vernon 


Higdon 
Higdon 


Mrs. J. 


Campbell 




Mrs. J. 


Campbell 


Mrs. J. 


Campbell 


Mrs. J. 


Campbell 



Mrs 


F. C. Jones 


Mrs 


F. C. Jones 


Mrs 


F. C. Jones 


Mrs. 


F. C. Jones 


James F.Collette 


James F. Collette 


Mrs 


Cecil Frady 


Mrs 


Cecil Frady 


Mrs 


Cecil Frady 


Mrs 


Cecil Frady 


Mrs 


Cecil Frady 



Mrs. Cecil Frady 
Mrs. Cecil Frady 
H.L. Stewart 
H. L. Stewart 
H. L.Stewart 
H.L.Stewart 



L. Eugene Walter 
W. A. Cloer 

Clyde Rhinehart 

j. 

Doyle Miller 

Lee Crawford 
R.R. Standley 
J. H. Propst, Jr. 
L. A. Howard 
Thad R. Dowdle 
Clyde W.Collins 
Paul M. Sorrells 
Judson Hall 
Otto Parham 
Robert L. Clark 
R. C. Bailey 
Carl E. Sizemore 
L. C. Pinnix 
Gene Southard 
Guy Duvall 
Clyde Collins 
Cecil Frady 
Bill Shields 
Earl Dendy 
Rev. J. W. Myers 
Rev. Roy Smith 
Mack Reed 
John R. Willis 
M. I. Brock 
Cecil Frady 



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